New York Tech League of Legends and Esports Development Camp

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New York Tech League of Legends and Esports Development Camp

Esports Performance

Welcome to the New York Tech League of Legends and Esports Development Camp.  Camp is be directed by the New York Tech Esports Staff and features each game that the varsity team competes in, which includes: League of Legends.

Campers focus on improving their skills, through the perfect balance of instruction and fun! The camp is open to all levels, and includes some physical training in the New York Tech gym. The goal is for campers to leave feeling more confident about their League skills.

Situated in Old Westbury, New York, New York Tech is the perfect place for all aspiring gamers from in and around New York City to level up this summer and get exposure to college esports.


  • Team based groups of 5, with one coach per group
  • Top level coaches ranking in the top % of the game
  • Focused on screen skill-development + mind and body training
  • Discussion of college esports
  • 8 hours of both on and off computer instructions, drills and challenges
  • Official ESC T-Shirt + access to other camp specific game assets


9am: Warm Up (CS practice, hand exercises)

10am: Lesson: mental APM

11am: Team bonding: ARAMs

11:30am: Physical training & exercise

12:30pm: Lunch & free play (non-screen time with some Apex mixed in)

1:30pm: Class: College esports

2:00pm: Lesson: Trusting your teammates

2:30pm: Drill: Input Buffering and Animation Cancelling

3pm: Competitive play, incorporating daily lessons

3:45pm: Headspace, cool down + dismissal (for day campers)

Parents Informational Session:

The camp staff would like to welcome all parents to stay for the first hour of camp to learn about the camp curriculum and esports training in general. The camp staff will share the training schedule for the week and provide additional background on why and how camp will be focused on more than just on-screen skill development.

Registration Package:

A detailed registration packet containing check-in details, catering options, health/release forms, and emergency contact information will be emailed 4 weeks before the start of camp.


New York Tech Esports Head Coach

Elieser Duran

Elieser "DuranSquared" Duran is the Head Coach of Esports at New York Tech. Starting off as a senior he has managed the CYBEARS starting with 7 students and one team and has grown to over 50 players across 9 teams. He is constantly looking to better his team either with new training or new organization techniques to simplify the grind to pro.

New york Tech Esports Coach

Gabriel Loyaza

Gabriel "Gabichu" Loyaza is the Coach of the New York Tech League of Legends Team. He has been working with the team for 2 years now, his analysis and strategies lead the team to victory in 2019's East Coast Conference Finals. Gabriel is a dedicated coach who will push you to be the best player you can possibly be, regardless of Meta.


New York




New York Tech Esports

Northern Boulevard at Valentines Lane Old Westbury, NY 11568

Age Group


Skill Level

All Skill Levels


Boys & Girls




Costs listed above include all days of this event.

Secure your spot for just $25

ADD TO CARTRegister with Confidence
Esports Camps are independently organized by Play Your Game Collective without any participation, governance, or oversight by Riot Games.


"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."
—Parent from Toronto Esports Camp


"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."
— Mindy


"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"
— Nino


"My biggest takeaway was understanding the work that truly goes into being an esports athlete. I am happy I got to hear those challenges that might arise in the future so we can make better decisions now."
— Ashley
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