Have all your questions answered by our Director of Coaching and former professional gamer, Jonathan “reVo” Gargoshian. Learn more about esports in general and what our club teams have to offer our players both as a gamer and a person. Schedule a 30-minute phone call at the link below to learn all that you need to know about Loudoun Esports.
Loudoun Esports is committed to providing young gamers a pathway to pursue esports at the highest levels . Our curriculum has been designed by Uptime’s STEM & NFHS certified professional coaches, in collaboration with Uptime’s university partner, New England Institute of Technology. Everything is centered around the core values of teamwork, respect, positivity and game/life balance. Players learn about developing the healthy habits needed to become outstanding esports athletes. We incorporate topics focused on nutrition, fitness, leadership skills, teamwork, strategy formulation and critical thinking. Our curriculum helps our players succeed far beyond the gaming arena.
Learn more about how our holistic approach to healthy gaming can benefit your child in and out of the arena. You’ll also learn more about how to join a club team for this upcoming season.
Players on club teams practice and compete each week online from home. Practices happen on weekday evenings and matches are on Weekend afternoons, all led by certified pro coaches.
We play in the National Esports Champions League (NECL). The NECL runs a Fall, Winter, and Spring season. Each week during a season our teams compete against other teams from all over the country, building to a championship tournament where the NECL crowns a national champion. The NECL also hosts professional style tournaments during the season.
We incorporate the club values into everything we do. Special attention is paid to these values during practice and match days, but players are expected to uphold these values at all times.
Players understand they need a healthy balance when it comes to being in the arena and outside of it, giving equal time to gaming, fitness, nutrition, and rest. Each of those is key to being efficient, organized, resilient, and positive.Players understand they need a healthy balance when it comes to being in the arena and outside of it, giving equal time to gaming, fitness, nutrition, and rest. Each of those is key to being efficient, organized, resilient, and positive.
Players, coaches, and officials promote and embrace a positive gaming environment, leading to greater creativity and social benefits. Players feel more connected to others when they experience positive emotions.
Players will respect opponents, officials, teammates, the games, and, most importantly, themselves. Using good manners, being considerate of others, and dealing with adversity in a professional and courteous manner are all crucial for being a great player.
Players will work together with good communication and a common focus on goals and results. Everyone contributes and offers support to each other. Diversity, leadership, and organization are all a part of a great team.