Esports First Team

Esports First Team Training


Do you have a future competitive esports player at home? Do they want to enhance their technical, tactical, physical, and mental skills as a gamer? The only thing missing is an equally ambitious and goal-oriented gaming community and expert coaching. Wait no more. Join School of Gaming's esports team.

With only 39€/month you get a weekly lesson (1.5h) and an access to all our community events.
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What to expect?

  • For ambitious players who aspire to engage in competitive esports at a high level.
  • Focus on practicing team play and preparing for competitive tournaments and leagues.
  • Guidance for self-practice and tools for self-improvement as a player.
  • Team spirit, leadership, positive communication, discipline, performance measurement, and comprehensive training.
  • Dedicated groups for the following games: Fortnite, Overwatch 2, Valorant, Rocket League

Our esports team practices are serious business. The focus is on technique and team tactics. If you're looking for a more relaxed approach to esports, the Thursday recreational group is the right place. There, you can improve your personal skills better. Most of our esports gamers do both because together they provide more opportunities for player growth. If you haven't played esports games before or you're not old enough to play Fortnite, for example, the Friday beginners' lesson is a great place to start. There, we play Rocket League.

We are the official esports representative team of School of Gaming.

Playing in a team is the best. Why struggle alone in the dark when you can be part of an esports team?! And in that team, there are many parts that all need to work smoothly to win the prestigious SoG trophy at the Game Festival's esports tournament.

Everyone has a role in the team.

When preparing for a tournament, the team must have an identity. A logo, color scheme, website, and mascot are a good start. Of course, a team is nothing without team spirit! All team members must feel that they belong, are respected, and appreciated. A team should also have a captain, perhaps a rotating one. Everyone has their role in the team's activities and in the different games we play. Roles and responsibilities are discovered through training and learning to recognize each team member's strengths and areas for improvement. The team should also have a manager who arranges practice matches and communicates with sponsors. Maybe our first sponsor is the parent of one of the team members who runs an auto repair shop or an accounting office? Let's get jerseys for our own crew!

And it all starts from there. It's not always easy, we sweat and train hard. But it's all for our own good. The coaches want to ensure that the team is mentally and physically prepared for upcoming challenges. Being a team member doesn't end when you turn off the computer. We follow the team's rules and values in our offline lives as well. We practice in our free time and remember to exercise, ride our bikes to school, treat others how we want to be treated, never bully anyone, and leave energy drinks on the shelf. Playing in a team is at least ten times better than playing alone. That's the spice and chili pepper of esports!

In School of Gaming's esports teams, we practice various games such as Fortnite, Overwatch, CS:GO, Rocket League, Valorant, League of Legends, and even Farming Simulator. We participate in tournaments and regularly organize them ourselves. Being part of the team also means participating in competitions and organizing tournaments, which is an essential part of active club activities.

Welcome aboard! (Click that button and join the team.)

A group of children playing Esports games

Which type of gamer is the lesson a perfect fit?

For those who want to take their esports hobby even further. Challenging esports lesson.
Join in for 39€/month.
General info about all the lessons:

Games used in this lesson:


Fortnite is rated T for Teen.


Overwatch is rated T for Teen.

Apex Legends

Apex Legends is rated T for Teen.


Valorant is rated T for Teen.