You might say female gamers are rare, but they —we —definitely exist. It is the goal of Female DotA 2 to provide a platform and community where female gamers can grow in both skill and character so they can eventually partake in various competitions without having to be segregated by gender. The website, which is still in beta, is currently run by five people (full disclosure: I’m one of them).
As part of Female DotA 2’s website beta, it will be hosting the Female DotA 2 SEA League (FSL), an all-female Dota 2 league starting November 16, 2013. The league is open to all Southeast Asian female teams. That means no guy teams and no mixed teams are allowed. Each team may register up to eight members and all games will be played on the Singapore server unless both teams agree to host it on another server. There are no prizes at the moment, but interested teams can register online via the official Female DotA 2 SEA League registration page.