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Research by OLBG has revealed that the eSports industry has a gender earnings gap of $190million

 

There’s no women in the world’s 100 highest earning eSports players…

Of the 100 highest earning players in the world of eSports, not one of them is a woman.
The highest earning women in eSports, however, (and those who we think deserve real recognition and visibility) can be revealed as:

Rank

Player ID

Name

Country

Earnings

Main Game

1

Scarlett

Sasha Hostyn

Canada

$349,455

StarCraft II

2

Liooon

Li, Xiao Meng

China

$213,200

Hearthstone

3

HaganeNoTema

Siobhan Bielamowicz

Australia

$122,717

Attack on Titan Tribute Game

4

Mystik

Katherine Gunn

United States

$122,000

Halo: Reach

5

Ricki Ortiz

Ricki Ortiz

United States

$81,366

Street Fighter V

6

TINARAES

– –

United States

$63,475

Fortnite

7

Hafu

Rumay Wang

United States

$63,467

Teamfight Tactics

8

Kasumi Chan

Marjorie Bartell

United States

$55,000

Dead or Alive 4

9

xchocobars

Janet Rose

Canada

$50,750

Fortnite

10

Sarah Lou

Sarah Harrison

United Kingdom

$50,000

Dead or Alive 4

The 100 highest earning female eSports players earned, last year, a combined $2.8m. On the other hand, the 100 highest earning male eSports players earned a staggering $192.4m. This means we’re facing a gender earnings gap in eSports of $192.4million.
The top males in eSports are earning 6,863% more than the top female players.
The full report can be seen here.

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