No I don't think you get it my dude. If you're in FPL, you may not be able to live full time off CS, but at any time you can make a mix team with other FPL players, be picked up by a small org if you're not greedy, and get paid 500-1000 bucks a month. That's not too hard to do for a team of FPL players.
Now, though, they'd have to join a team with two females who are literally rank fucking b on ESEA. They are not even in the top 100k of players in the world as opposed to the FPL players who are in the top 1k.
They wouldn't be able to find any org that pays them full time salaries, that's for sure. These two female players are the perfect example of why female cs is failing. They don't actually have any accomplishments. They reached finals in qualifiers before with a female team, but this was over 6 years ago and in a different game. They have no notable achievements in CSGO, they have never been a high pug rank either. So it's basically two random pug noobs asking for a pro team, and actually believing they are worthy of it because they reached some qualifier finals in CSS.