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Submitted by gamerlive 475d ago | interview

ESports Expert Sees A Level Playing Field For Female Gamers

Doug Fleming is known as "Buckness" to eSports fans. The 27 year old pro gamer from Oceanside, CA has played Halo competitively over the years. These days, he’s working full-time with Astro Gaming within eSports and is also working on becoming a pro League of Legends player. Fleming reached out to me after he read the Kelly Kelley interview on females in pro gaming and wanted to offer a male perspective on the opportunities eSports has opened up for gamers of both sexes. He explains why we’ll see more females integrated into pro gaming teams in this exclusive interview. (Culture, Halo, League of Legends)

jagiii  +   475d ago
Buckness points out a lot of female success stories in eSports.

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