On June 24th, Gen.G and IMG Academy announced the two organizations will host a VALORANT summer esports camp. The week-long event will be held in Bradenton, Florida from August 15th to the 22nd.
The camp will be open to high school students from across the county. Attendees will receive training and esports lessons from top-tier coaches while getting a chance to use some of the most high-tech equipment in the world.
“With the growing interest in gaming, especially at the high school level, it is natural evolution for IMG Academy to partner with a best-class organization to offer a pioneering performance-based esports program,” said Taryn Morgan, the Vice President of Athletic and Personal Development at IMG Academy. “We believe that with access to our world-class campus and performance specialists in nutrition, mindset, communications, and more, in collaboration with Gen. G’s esports learning platform and esteemed coaches, students will be able to take their game to the next level.”
The IMG Academy has been around for several years. The organization first began hosting esports training programs back in 2017.
The Profit‘s Take:
I wish we had these kinds of summer camps growing up…
(All information was provided by SportTechie and PR Newswire)
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