WXV crowds “must and can develop”, says World Rugby’s director of ladies’s rugby Sally Horrox.
The WXV is a brand new annual three-tier international event which launched in October.
Sparse crowds have been highlighted with England captain Marlie Packer calling the supporter turnout “disappointing”.
“There’s a diploma of introducing the competitors to the general public,” Horrox informed BBC Sport.
“I’ve each confidence there, I can see the urge for food is there.
“The fan base must develop – it would develop, it would evolve in time. That is is the primary time this competitors has come to city.”
The three tiers of competitors are being held in three completely different areas with WVX1 in New Zealand, WXV2 in South Africa and WXV3 in Dubai.
Horrox added WXV1 has seen 8,000-10,000 supporters over a weekend. Three video games are performed throughout a single weekend throughout the three-week competitors.
She added: “As we evolve the competitors, [we will have] extra certainty, extra long run planning so individuals know extra about it and [will have] extra superior discover.”
All three tiers of the inaugural WXV began whereas the boys’s Rugby World Cup was being performed, with WXV2 and WXV3 each ending on the identical day as the boys’s closing.
Horrox stated it “wasn’t attainable” this time to maneuver the competitors to keep away from clashing with the boys’s sport however in future they won’t be performed on the similar time.
“It is going to be within the international window however we is not going to put it up towards a males’s Rugby World Cup sooner or later,” she stated.
WXV1 will conclude on Saturday with France taking over Canada (03:00 GMT) and England going through New Zealand (06:00).