Surf Open League has confirmed the SWS E-Pro Australia event featuring: Men’s, Women’s, and Junior’s (boys 14-18 years old) divisions for the upcoming Australian leg of the Surf Web Series (SWS). The much anticipated E-Pro Australia arrives Down Under and will highlight world-class waves, top professional surfers and also local up-and-coming talent.
SWS has already confirmed competitors such as: Matt Wilkinson, Dean ‘Dingo’ Morrison, Matt Banting, Dimity Stoyle into the senior divisions and a growing list of up and coming talent in the junior division.
The event features prizes of $6,000 (AUD) for the male and female champions, $2,500 (AUD) for the runner-up, $250 (AUD) and sponsor prizes for semifinalists. Additional prizes include a “Best Tube Award” for the best single tube of each division, best air or single manoeuvre and even spot prizes for the voting fans.
Australian barrel huntress Dimity Stoyle has confirmed her spot in the highly anticipated
Women’s division of Surf Web Series’ E-Pro Australia.
Surf Web Series is also thrilled to announce that surfing industry icon Andy King joins SWS, advising on operations and organization of the SWS Australia event. Commenting on the SWS format Andy King noted:
"I am proud to be a part of the Surf Web Series—such a great adaptation for surfers to still keep their relevance and be able to compete in this current climate. This unique format has so much potential to engage surfers, sponsors, and fans, bringing them together from all over Australia and around the world. Undoubtedly, surfers will benefit as it represents a talent portal with the possibility of events for every age group of surfers, and classifications. Crucially, the SWS also represents a global opportunity for sponsors and partners to reach a massive audience.”
Both men's and women's events will be contested over a 2-week period, with surfers battling it out on the internet. Entries are now open and surfers can register their interest by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org