David’s Salon has signed an agreement with Maharlika Esports League to hold an all-female esports tournament called David’s Salon Cup. The tournament will be on PUBG: Battlegrounds – an online multiplayer battle royale-style game. David’s Salon Cup will run for two weeks in April, and is targeting 1,000 participants in 100 teams from all over the country. Over Php70,000 worth of prizes will be given away.
The competition is open to Philippine residents aged 16 years old and above. Registration procedures and the complete details of tournament will be posted on David’s Salon social media pages, and interested gamers should check the official pages for the full mechanics.
David’s Salon has always been a supporter of female athletes, having created the first all-female multisport team Team David’s Salon in 2005. David’s Salon’s foray into egames, while new, is not surprising. As a champion of the Filipina athlete, David’s Salon looks at the future with gamers on the digital arena. Esports has become an unstoppable force, as they are now being included in international sporting events. The 2019 SEA Games already included 6 medal categories for esports, with the Philippines winning 3 out of the 6 gold medals and being ranked first in the category. For the first time ever, the International Olympics Committee held The Olympics Virtual Series, a group of esports events held during the run-up of the 2021 Olympics.
David’s Salon offers world-class hairdressing, fueled by Filipino passion. With the vision of bringing fine European hairdressing to the Philippines, CEO David Charlton and the David’s Salon’s brand has made a name for itself by offering hair and beauty services to a wide range of customers. David’s Salon now has over 220 branches, and is the largest chain of salons in the Philippines.