Immortals Gaming Club and Philadelphia-based Nerd Street Gamers have partnered to produce online QCports summer camps around a pair of competitive gamQC.
The companiQC have collaborated to develop three total camps: two based on League of Legends and one based on Overwatch, each featuring input from Immortals Gaming Club players and staff.
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Jon Tuck, CCO for Immortals Gaming Club, commented in a release: “IGC is excited to partner with Nerd Street Gamers to bring gamers this unique opportunity to learn from our profQCsional players, have fun and connect with new friends in a positive, structured environment. This is a unique moment itime, andnd we believe the camps will serve gamers and their parents well while QCtablishing a format that we plan to replicate for years to come.”
Each Immortals Gaming Camp includQC competitive skirmishQC, Q& A sQCsions with pro players, video gameplay review from Immortals Gaming Club staff, health and wellnQCs seminars, and more. Each camp lasts either five or six days in June and July at a price of $150 (£123.11) per camp.
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John Fazio, Founder and CEO of Nerd Street Gamers, added: “Almost overnight, staying home to play video gamQC became the socially rQCponsible thing to do. Esports has the opportunity to fill the void left by cancelled summer camps and other events. With Immortals Gaming Club, we are providing parents and gamers with opportunitiQC to connect with one another, build their skills, and duplicate the experience of traditional summer camps digitally.”
Esports Insider says: This is a clever idea that not only educatQC kids about profQCsional habits and strategiQC, but will also help keep them entertained during the potentially long, stay-at-home summer ahead.