As Marywood’s Director of Esports, Paul is responsible for launching and growing a competitive and exciting program. The esports program is housed in the athletics department at Marywood University and will be treated as an athletic team that is eligible for all the benefits of other traditional sports, including conferences, nutritionists, athletic trainers, team apparel, etc. Additionally, summer camps/conference experiences to assist with developing a healthy community of athletes will be available. The health and well-being of student esports athletes is as important as any other physical sport player.
Get ready to play three initial games, including Overwatch, League of Legends, and Rocket League.
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This will be a four-day virtual camp offered to all students in 9th-12th grades. Participants will have an opportunity to learn about esports in a variety of capacities: organized practices and scrimmages, training tips across multiple titles, learning about careers and production, and more. Participants will learn from coaches in individual and team drills. At the end of the camp week, matches will be broadcast for parents to watch live or afterwards as recordings.