Transcription of the above:
"We're happy to see that as a community of e-Sports enthusiasts you do care about this branch recognized as a legitimate sports like we do.
so, allow me to elaborate on our stance regarding the male/female tournament devision. This action has two goals:
1) Promote female gaming. First and foremost it is a fact that male gamers largely outnumber female players in all e-Sports titles today. (Take LoL for example where females are only 10% of the overall base.) We want to promote the girls into the e-Sports, by having a female-only competition (and not because male players are better, but because male players currently, as I said, largely outnumber female players).
2) Effort to get recognized as a legitimate sports: almost every sports branch on earth divides male.female competitions (even chess!), each for their own reasons. And as the global e-Sports Federation that is true to it's name, we will always strive to comply with the international standards for sports.
I hope this explanation sheds some light upon this matter."
I just... I can't.