These courses, according to Warriors Den, are built on the core values of “Engage, Educate, and Enhance” which intends to bridge the gap between eSports and education, upskilling local talents, and creating more job opportunities in the country. The company added that the boot camps will be made available to Malaysians within the age groups of 10 to 17 years-old for youths, and 18 to 25 for young adults.
“In recent years, Southeast Asia has experienced growth in the Games industry, promising so much more,” said Warriors Den co-founder Rajasekaran Teagarajan. “However the reality is, there are a lot more gaps to bridge, skills to hone, and talents to be identified specifically in Malaysia.”
Warriors Den is a local eSports education company that aims to guide individuals into becoming professional gamers or enabling them to enter the workforce that supports the gaming industry. The latter, as described by company chairperson YM Tengku Faizwa, includes various opportunities such as eSports management, game development, streaming, organising live events, and exposure to various technologies.
Cyclestate, on the other hand, is Malaysia’s first eSports agency focusing on solutions and strategies for grassroots development, talent activation and content curation. Its goal is to create a thriving ecosystem for brands to engage and explore unique opportunities in the local eSports scene.
Those interested to find out more regarding the courses offered may visit Warriors Den’s official Facebook page (link below) for further information, or by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org. According to the company, the pilot bootcamps will run for a total of 40 hours and awards a certificate of attendance endorsed by ESL Gaming, a strategic partner of the program.