T1 Establishes ‘T1 Esports Academy’ in Seoul
Seoul (August 18, 2021) – T1 Leisure & Sports activities right now introduced the launch of ‘T1 Esports Academy’ (TEA) in Seoul early subsequent month.
TEA will first provide programs in League of Legends earlier than increasing to different video games. It’s going to uniquely present college students with lane-specific courses – the mid lane to be taught by Kim ‘Sky’ Ha-neul and the highest lane by Park ‘Untara’ Ui-jin, each former SK Telecom T1 pro-gamers. Different lanes and instructors might be added to the curriculum shortly.
TEA will begin with college students which might be aspiring skilled avid gamers. The “Path to Pro” (PTP) program is a 20-week curriculum that consists of the next levels: the Evaluation Interval (4 weeks), Part I (8 weeks), Part II (6 weeks), and Closing Analysis (2 weeks). College students that cross all the necessities might be given an opportunity to audition for a spot within the T1 Rookies, the semi-pro workforce beneath the Challengers workforce.
Moreover, there might be extra various courses opening later this yr for informal avid gamers seeking to enhance their expertise, one in all which would be the “Path to Enchancment” (PTI) program. It will provide enjoyable and gratifying studying experiences for leisure gamers that make up the vast majority of the LoL inhabitants in Korea. TEA’s PTP and PTI packages collectively will additional bolster up the strong basis for esports not solely in Korea however for the remainder of the world.
T1 CEO Joe Marsh stated, “The plan to open up T1 Esports Academy has been within the pipeline for fairly a while now. T1’s long-standing historical past of recruiting and nurturing one of the best younger expertise units TEA aside from different academies. I’m excited T1 will have the ability to assist establish and develop the following era of LoL stars.”
He added, “Hiring former SK Telecom T1 pro-gamers ’Sky’ and ‘Untara’ as instructors for the academy additionally reveals our intention to hold on constructing upon the nice legacy of Korean esports. We sit up for extra former professional gamers becoming a member of TEA as instructors.”
Registrations for the PTP program will begin on August 18 by the official TEA web site (link), and courses will begin in early September. For extra data or inquiries, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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