League of Legends Has managed to be the first woman to win a tournament of LoL in Japan
This young japanese girl of 17 is in the news for being the first woman who wins the All Japan High School Esports Championship in Tokyo. Miyu Otomo, as VKLioon and so many other he has shown that his skill in the game does not have to be lower just by the fact of being a woman.
Otomo combines his passion for the video games with the studies and your work as a model, which has led him to compete in different beauty pageants for students. Miyu studied in the “N High School, Okinawa, a specialized institute that allows students to continue their studies, focusing on the world of video games and anime. As, in the N High School the people how to create video games, programming, writing scripts and producing animes.
His passion for video games and especially in League of Legends the making) to form a team with your colleagues and represent your institute in the All Japan High School Esports Championship, a tournament is performed between all centres of education secondary. Miyu “ShakeSpeare” Otomo he became, with the victory of his team, the first japanese woman to win this title.
“I was totally convinced that he won. Want to banish completely the idea that by being a woman I have to treat the light”.
The pas asitico account with one of the biggest gaps of genre in the worldbeing only 12% of the population working female which he had in 2018 with a put in paid. An astonishing figure if we compare them with the 27.7 per cent in the world of that same period. Est clear that cases such as that of Miyu, who studies, works and combines it with his passion for video games, they can help change the view that you have of the woman in passes such as Japan, where the inequality of gender remains a serious reality.