Team Dignitas Acquires The Hottest Female CS:GO Competitive Team

By Kim Chan , Mar 03, 2017 05:23 AM EST

It appears that males no longer dominate the CS:GO competitive scene. Team Dignitas has made a surprising announcement yesterday by acquiring one of the top all-female competitive teams in the world.

Team Karma has been renowned as one of the most competitive all-female groups in the world. The team started making headlines after winning Copenhagen Games 2015 Female Tournament. Following their victory, they had continued playing competitive across all-female tournaments including Intel Challenge Katowice 2016, to which they placed third and fourth.

Following their success in the competitive scene, Team Dignitas officially announced that the organization has signed Team Karma into one of their official rosters and that the team will start competing under their banner as early as today; in Katowice where the $3,000 Intel Challenge Katowice will take place. Afterwards, the team is set to compete in a co-ed tournament in Fragadelphia, where Team Karma has placed seventh and eighth last year.

In an interview, Emmalee "EMUHLEET" Garrido the team leader of Karma, said "What excites me the most about joining the Team Dignitas family is the amount of support and respect they have from the eSports community." "It is a dream come true to play for Team Dignitas and within the Philadelphia 76ers family; and we do consider our team a true family," she added.

It appears that Team Dignitas is also on the hunt for new elite male teams as the organization has hinted that they will be acquiring new teams soon. For those that didn't know, in the late December of 2016, the former Team Dignitas roster has parted ways from the organization and moved to a new banner owned by Danish football club, F.C Copenhagen.

That aside, will the acquisition of Team Karma bolster the all-female groups in the competitive scene of CS:GO? Check back for more CS:GO News and Updates!

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