Immerse yourself with top-level instruction at this esports camp. With a curriculum designed for all-skill level players, Esporterz's experienced coaches will guide you through drills and strategies in a fun and competitive environment. The comprehensive training approach provides players with a number of tactics and tools that they can utilize to improve their gaming skills while building important life skills that extend beyond the game.
Campers can expect to improve their reactions, APM, aim training, building, and awareness. You’ll refine team play tactics and callouts, working on starts, teamwork and communications. Learn how to prevent tilting and maintaining your flow state with mental and human performance training.
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SAMPLE DAILY SCHEDULE:
8:45am: Staggered Check-in/ free choice gaming
9:15am: Gaming Concepts. Daily topics include physical and mental endurance, wrist exercises, nutrition, non-toxic gaming, decision-making, communication, team-work and more!
10am: Live Gameplay, practice, aim practice, maneuvers and strategy
11:30am: Lunch, walk to local park for outdoor games
12:30pm: Recap from morning games, Gaming concepts
1pm: Live game play, competitions
2:45pm: Wrap-up, daily debrief
3pm: Pick-up/ Dismissal
Extended day: 3-5pm — Free choice gaming
• Gamer Fitness - Healthy strategies to take care of your body and mind
• Skills Acquisition - Understanding the game, and how to refine your mechanics
• Game Mechanics - Teamwork and Communication. Tunneling techniques, Low-ground strategies, Peek shots
• Game Settings - Improving ability by leaving your comfort zone
A detailed registration packet containing check-in details, health/release forms, required items, and emergency contact information will be emailed a week before the start of camp.
Nicholas is an experienced gamer with high rankings and extensive game knowledge spanning dozens of genres, including CS:GO, League of Legends, and Hearthstone.
Having competed at the Collegiate level on his University’s Heathstone team, at the Semi-Pro level in PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS Leagues and at the Pro-International level, playing Hearthstone, Nick knows what it takes to become a top esports athlete and he thrives on competition. In addition to being Esporterz Head Rocket League and Overwatch coach, Nick is an experienced Java/NodeJS/Python developer and one of Esporterz top coding instructors. He is excellent with kids and is excited to share his passion for esports and coding with young gamers. Outside of gaming, Nick plays guitar, loves to read, participates in hackathons and is a Dean's List student, majoring in Cyber Security at the Rochester Institute of Technology, in New York
Kevin most recently lead Esporterz Fall Club Fortnite team to their first National Championship win in 2020.
With over 7+ years and 2,575 hours of experience in Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Kevin thrives on competition and believes that with effective practice and hard work all gamers can achieve top performance. WIth vast knowledge of various game titles, as well as a passion and dedication for helping players improve their game mechanics and communication, Kevin is a valuable part of the Esporterz coaching team. When not gaming, Kevin enjoys skateboarding, music, and fashion.
Jonah is an ex-professional Fortnite gamer and is one of the lead summer camp coaches at Esporterz.
Having won thousands of dollars in prize earnings over the years, he knows the thrill of victory well and is eager to share his experience, passion, and skill with young Esports athletes. Jonah is also a proud Super Smash Bros champion, even traveling as far as Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates for Super Smash Bros events. As an experienced PC gamer, Jonah specializing in helping gamers learn how to play on their PC for maximized gaming to achieve top performance and enjoy an overall better gaming experience.
Bryan is Esporterz head LoL, Valorant and Fortnite coach and has been training competitive gamers since 2015.
He is passionate about coaching and is experienced across all skill levels, from brand new players to players in Master tier. With almost a decade of gaming experience, Bryan has achieved notable ranks across a number of game genres. His highest rank in LoL was Diamond 2, which put him in the top .1% of all players in the North American server at the time. Outside of LoL, Bryan has reached Legendary Eagle Master rank in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Master tier in Overwatch. Bryan is also the head LoL Coach for St. Ignatius College Prep in San Francisco and led his team to a Top 8 finish last fall. In 2019, he managed SI’s Rocket League team to a CIF State Championship. Bryan grew up in Marin County, and in addition to coaching at Esporterz, he spends his time coaching Marin baseball camps, plays collegiate rugby, and will study Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University in the fall.
Kaiser is Head Coach of Esporterz Valorant and Fortnite Club Teams and has been gaming competitively since 2015.
Beginning with a rise in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on the ESEA Ladder, Kaiser achieved the rank A- in the ESEA Open Season 30 and 31. In addition to winning two online tournaments through the FACEIT CS:GO monthly ladder in 2019, Kaiser also competed on amateur Overwatch teams in the NA Season 6 UGC League. During the closed beta of Valorant, Kaiser achieved the rank of Immortal 3 and has been dominating the game ever since. His strong knowledge and understanding of how players can maximize their performance as individual players and during high-level team play, make Kaiser a valuable part of the Esporterz coaching team. Having devoted countless hours to studying the top-level pro-scene of both CS:GO and Overwatch, Kaiser has extensive knowledge of the FPS genre and knows what it takes to become a top esports athlete. He is eager to share his passion with aspiring young gamers. Kaiser’s talents extend far beyond gaming and coaching, as he is skilled in all things tech and will be leading the upcoming “Build-Your-Own-PC” workshops at Esporterz.
Rachel is the head coach of Esporterz “Girls in Gaming” programs and was part of the coaching team that lead the Fall Fortnite Club Team to win their first National Championship in 2020.
Rachel is dedicated to coaching on the importance of keeping your cool and working as a team to win and “outscale” your opponents. She works hard to maintain a non-toxic gaming environment and coaches gamers on maintaining a healthy mindset. When not playing League of Legends and Overwatch, Rachel enjoys drawing and skateboarding, and is currently working her way through Dark Souls III.
"Our son William absolutely loved it and gained more confidence with his gaming during this week of camp. He really enjoyed spending time with people who had the same level of interest that he has for esports. It also opened his and our eyes to what is involved in playing and/or training for esports."
"I had a super time at the Esports Camp! Lovely to meet so many people IRL, and geek out with our next generation of leaders and changers in the space."
"The gaming was great because I had people to play with and I got to try new things. Our coach(Sidney) was nice and a good coach and got along with everyone and the overnight stay part was ok"
"Apparently his coach helped him with a mistake ritual. I am so thankful as this will help the screaming decrease. Ha! He improved high ground re-takes, game sense and side jumps and I have no idea what any of that means. So thank you!"
"I really improved on my team communication skills. This was my first real competitive experience, and I think it was a lot of fun, and very valuable. I really enjoyed working as a team, and cooperating with others to reach our goal."
"My takeaway from this camp was how health and other activities play a role into video games. I also loved learning from the Cavs coach and what his daily routine is like."
"I learned how to work with my overwatch team much better than I could have without camp."
"This was awesome everybody was very nice and they helped me understand the game better"
"Rambo was very knowledgeable about things you can do outside of the game like stretches and your mindset, not just in the game. My overall gameplay became better because of that."
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