As it becomes apparent to a growing number of people that pursuing a career in eSports is not only possible, but lucrative as well, a growing number of people are looking to be trained by institutes like the Academy of eSports (AOES).
AOES is now accepting applicants for its Dota 2 Bootcamp, which is capped at 40 participants per week. To join the Dota 2 Bootcamp, users are able to register individually, or as part of a five-person team. As part of the training to become an eSports athlete, players will be set up with state-of-the-art gaming desktops, peripherals and chairs.
The Academy of eSports' approach to training those who are interested in eSports is to encourage team members to build rapport, review and improve strategies, as well as try their hand at a 'Stress Test Tournament.'
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