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Esports organization Gen.G and social and dating app Bumble team up. Together, they have announced the first all-women Fortnite team just following the Fortnite World Cup. Introducing the members in Team Bumble for Gen.G are Kristen “KittyPlays” Valnicek, Madison “maddiesuun” Mann, Tina “TINARAES” Perez, Carlee “Carlee” Gress and Hannah “Hannah” Reyes.

In addition, Bumble is building a space for gamers to connect on their app.

Bumble on Twitter

Woot! We’ve teamed up with @GenG’s @KittyPlays @maddiesuun @hannahhFN @TINARAES & @iCarleeFN to form the first-ever all-women Fortnite team. We’re also building a space for gamers to connect IRL. Use our gaming filter on BFF mode to find other gamers in your city. GLHF 👍

Gen.G Esports on Twitter

We’re proud to welcome @bumble as a partner! Together we are empowering and connecting gamers around the world, starting with the Team Bumble Fortnite roster #WeAreGenG https://t.co/aSGx0DMh6u


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