RHODE ISLAND YOUTH ESPORTS

Overwatch
Summer Camp

Immerse yourself with top-level instruction at this esports camp. With a curriculum designed for all-skill level players, JWU experienced players will guide you through drills and strategies in a fun and competitive environment. The comprehensive training approach provides players with a number of tactics and tools that they can utilize to improve their gaming skills while building important life skills that extend beyond the game.

Improve understanding of hero mechanics, enhance strategy in assault, control, escort, and hybrid, learn hidden abilities, perfect your aiming, and much more! Campers learn how to best capitalize on sight lines as offensive, defensive, tank and support. Learn the best strategies for each hero on health, armor, and shield. You will develop and perfect strategies with teammates.

Campers can expect to improve their reactions, APM, aim training, building, and awareness. You’ll refine team play tactics and callouts, working on starts, teamwork and communications. Learn how to prevent tilting and maintaining your flow state with mental and human performance training.

In this week-long summer camp, campers will

Campers will have a variety of options to

Campers will become better players by

camp focus

GAMER FITNESS
Healthy strategies to take care of your body and mind

SKILLS ACQUISITION
Understanding the game, and how to refine your mechanics

GAME MECHANICS
Teamwork and Communication. Tunneling techniques, Low-ground strategies, Peek shots

GAME SETTINGS
Improving ability by leaving your comfort zone

schedule

A sample of what campers can expect to do on a daily basis

DROP OFF
Campers check-in with free choice gaming.

GAMING CONCEPTS
Daily topics include physical and mental endurance, wrist exercises, nutrition, non-toxic gaming, decision-making, communication, team-work and more!
MECHAINICS AND GAMESENSE
Live Gameplay, practice, aim practice, maneuvers and strategy.
REVIEW
Recap from games, Gaming concepts.
HEALTHY HABITS
Daily topics include physical and mental endurance, wrist exercises, nutrition, non-toxic gaming, decision-making, communication, team-work and more!
END OF SESSION
Wrap-up, daily debrief.
DISMISSAL

FREQUENT QUESTIONS

Yes, all campers and staff will be required to wear masks while at camp.

Camper numbers are capped at 12 per location. Each camper is assigned their own gaming station that is a minimum of 3ft from the nearest child. Off-screen activities are completed using the same 3ft minimum requirement. In addition, camp staff actively work to make sure campers do not break social distancing guidelines during free play and off-screen activities.

Our staff have implemented new cleaning procedures to help keep campers and customers safe. 

All gaming equipment will be provided at camp. This includes headsets, keyboards, mice, and controllers. There is no need to bring any equipment, but you are more than welcome to bring your own if you prefer!

There will not be a lunch, but kids can bring healthy snacks.

You can drop off 15 minutes before and pick up 15 minutes after the designated times.  

Participant Cancellations – Full refunds will be issued for cancellations delivered by written notice to the Camp Director no less than 2 (two) weeks prior to the start date of the program. We reserve the right to dismiss any participant whose conduct breaches the Camper Code of Conduct. No deduction is made for late arrival or early departure. No refund will be made for withdrawal or absence due to illness, family vacation or otherwise. If we cancel the camp due to governmental restrictions resulting from COVID-19, power outages, or otherwise we will refund the cost of registration for the missed day(s).

If you would like to change the week when your camper will attend please provide us with written notice no less than 2 (two) weeks prior to the scheduled date, or rescheduled date, whichever is earlier, and we will try to honor your request, subject to availability.

RIYE is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Found items may be held until the last day of camp. Any remaining lost and found items will be discarded at the end of the camp season.

Please note that JWU is not a child-care facility or day-care center and is not otherwise licensed or overseen by any governmental authority in any state where in operation.

when

12-4PM

August 2-6

age

12 – 18

skill

beginner – advanced

Join us!

JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY
ESPORTS CENTER
59 Chestnut St
Providence, RI
02903

rEGISTER NOW

$ 349
Week
  • Registration must be completed by a parent or guardian. Participation waivers for the camp will be required prior to the first date of the camp program.

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