Free Educational Program Aims to Develop Esports Ecosystem in Africa

Free Educational Program Aims to Develop Esports Ecosystem in Africa

The Afrika Esports Series organisers have announced the launch of a free of charge esports educational program taking place on the 15th of February.

The course is designed for those interested in computer games, the esports industry, and people who would like to start their career in competitive gaming. This course will also be useful for educators looking for an innovative approach to education and improving their students’ performance.

The project is absolutely free and designed so that participants can understand the basics of esports and further develop their skills.

All classes will be held online in two languages: English and French. Anyone can register for the course. The project is hosted on Passport.gg, a platform that connects gamers, esports organisations and communities in one place. With the help of a unique Gamer ID, players have the opportunity to declare themselves in the world of esports, take part in events and ratings, receive discounts from partners and sponsors, as well as develop their careers and compare their progress with other players around them.

You can find more information about speakers, class schedules, registration and programs on the website.

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