Esports Boot Camps to be opened in Munich and ShanghaiPosted on: Aug 13, 2018 By smartlaunch in News and trends,
Graphics card company, NVIDIA is establishing two new boot camp locations in Shanghai, China and Munich, Germany. NVIDIA already houses a boot camp in Silicon Valley since 2015.
The thought behind these boot camps is to enable teams to prepare for esports tournaments like Valve’s The International, Perfect World, ESL, Starladder, PGL and League of LegendsWorld Championships. If you’re part of the top esports scene, you have to prepare yourself and your team to win. Communication, teamwork, team building, physical workouts, diet, sleep routines, strategies and, of course, game skills all have to be honed.
Locating the boot camps halfway around the world from each other is no accident. Esports is an international phenomenon. Some of the most successful teams have completely mixed nationalities and the tens of millions of fans following the teams are found in every country in the world.
Theses boot camps offer teams state-of-the-art GeForce gaming systems, mirroring the setups of the world’s biggest tournaments. They also include 240Hz G-SYNC monitors, three meals per day and a dedicated environment for esport athletes to train in.
The teams travel the world to compete against the elite. The Dota 2 pro circuit in 2017/18 alone consisted of 11 majors and 16 minors events across Europe, Asia and North America. The same holds true for other esports like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and PUBG.
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