The program will be presented in parntership with Hoyts, PLE Computers and Corsair, promoting Health & Wellness, Technology Skills, Parental Education and In-Game Skill.
The high school boot camp will be held at HOYTS Chadstone on December 15th. Supported by PLE Computers and Corsair, this event will help to uplift students and their parents through development of knowledge and skills in various facets of gaming and esports.
Calling on support from industry experts, this one-day event will include presentations and practical exercises on topics encompassing gaming education by Athletico Esports, hardware familiarisation with PLE Computers and CORSAIR, health and wellbeing with Jandaplex and a parent’s guide to gaming with Flaktest Gaming.
This announcement marks further expansion of non-endemic interest into Australian esports, with Scott Russell, Hoyts Esports GM, saying, “Hoyts Esports is dedicated to creating unique social experiences for the esports community in Australia and New Zealand and we’re incredibly excited to be working with BIG Esports to support their educational program that aims to bridge the gap between children and parents when it comes to understanding the importance gaming can have on personal development and creating career opportunities for the future.”
On this partnership and announcement, BIG Esports Events Specialist, Eranga De Silva added, “We are very proud to announce our first boot camp event. BIG Esports has a focus on uplifting and educating the industry. We’re thankful to have partners who share this view with us.”
BIG Esports has also confirmed plans are in place to expand these events in 2019.
Tickets are on sale immediately and directly through HOYTS.
For further information on the program, you can visit the BIG Esports HSBC page.