Esports infrastructure company Nerd Street Gamers has formed a multitude of partnerships with US Sports Camps, the Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Department, Seton Hall University, and Apprentice Esports as it looks to expand its esports summer camp services across the nation. The camps are designed to help aspiring gamers build healthier gaming habits, develop their skills, and learn teamwork, leadership, collaboration, and trust.
“As we continue to provide a fun and safe, in-person gaming experience across the country, we are expanding our summer programs with support through our new partners to help young gamers identify a path to success while learning proper skills, technique, and how to be a better athlete,” said John Fazio, the founder of Nerd Street.
Nerd Street’s camp sessions will run this summer from June 13th through August 19th for children ages 9-17. Camps will be run out of Fullerton, CA, Bakersfield, CA, Oceanside, CA, Denver, CO, North Brunswick, NJ, South Orange, NJ, St. Louis, MO, Philadelphia, PA, and Georgetown, TX.
Registration is now open.
(All information was provided by WFMZ-TV)
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