We’re about to enter a new era in which e-sports are as popular as soccer or tennis. It is a profession that people have chosen to pursue and advance in. As a result, there is no doubt that E-sports have generated a lot of interest in the region, particularly in Saudi Arabia, where a number of gaming events have taken place over the years. Events such as Rush Festival and Insomnia Saudi are considered one of the biggest gaming festivals in the country. Gamers without Borders has also grown into a significant forum for Saudis to participate in the expanding gaming sector. It serves as a gathering place for all curious players who wish to forge their own path and achieve huge success.
According to Arab News, Saudi Arabia spends the most on video games in the Arab world.
Saudi ladies, on the other hand, have been crushing it in e-sports, having introduced and reshaped the gaming business in the region. Thus, e-sports have provided a new avenue for young Saudi female entrepreneurs to get immersed in the entire gaming industry, including all of its facets of development. After years of playing games and extensive experience, Saudi entrepreneur Noor Al-khadra paved her way into the games creation sector. She began gaming at the age of six and quickly became engrossed in the world of video games. In Saudi Arabia, she established herself and launched “Robonetica,” a platform that teaches kids how to write robots using video games. She also writes game reviews that focus on character development, game mechanics, and storyline.
Thus, the Saudi kingdom boasts a number of great female gamers that compete in e-sports tournaments on behalf of their countries. This is one of the many reasons why Saudi Arabia has become a gaming powerhouse and a hub for gamers, as they draw gamers from all over the world while also encouraging women to join the industry as fantastic gamers with a diverse range of skills.