Green, Ohio’s Parks and Recreation Division, has announced a partnership with GGLeagues to provide opportunities to gamers throughout the year to develop skills that can help them throughout their lives.
“The main reason we are adding esports to our recreational options is to provide a program for any age group from [age 8 through adult] and those who may socialize differently,” said Zack Kaufman, Recreation Programmer for the Parks and Recreation Division of Green, Ohio. “We try to provide programming for all ages, but struggle to reach them. Esports is one of the fastest-growing recreational pastimes.”
Registration is available through Green’s website. The cost is $40 per player person season, and there are four seasons available: spring, summer, fall, and winter. The player can choose what leagues to join, and league champions win prizes and a chance to go to nationals.
There is no limit to the number of registrations for any individual who wants to participate.
(All information was provided by The Akron Beacon Journal)
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