Given the strength and assets of Waterloo Region’s technology and educational sectors, there is an incredible opportunity to bring key partners together in support of the development and growth of esports within our community.
Esports Camps and Bingemans have teamed-up to offer the first ever in-person esports camp program in the Waterloo Region. Campers will enjoy a week-long schedule of either a half-day of Fornite or Rocket League camps instructed by certified Esports Camps coaches that is fun and interactive, and a half day of outdoor Summer Fun Camp. Esports campers will be guided through video game drills and strategies in a fun and competitive environment. To promote health and wellness, campers will split the day between esports training and outdoor activities including nature hikes, arts & crafts, games and sports.
As an added benefit, the Esports Camp program has partnered with Alienware Corporation, a subsidiary of Dell Inc., to offer each registered camper the ultimate gaming experience by using Alienware’s state-of-the-art laptop gaming systems at no additional cost to registered campers
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