Register now for Esports Camps this summer starting July 10th! Locally based ArtsROC has been hosting esports camps and immersive educational programs for 16 years, and has now teamed up with the National Esports Association (NEA) at a new state-of-the-art facility at 131 Chestnut Street (the former Xerox Auditorium, 2 blocks from Strong Museum) in downtown Rochester. We offer a secure location with easy drop-off and pick-up at the drive-thru entrance.
Esports campers will enjoy gameplay and an array of enrichment activities, collaboratively tackling video-game builds and challenges while also learning about servers, sportscasting, composing music for video games, and video recording, editing, and live streaming. Learn the art of esports through Minecraft, Roblox, Smash Bros, iRacing, and more, plus actively play Guitar Hero and Wii on the stage of the 700-seat theater. Together ArtsROC and the NEA are building the leaders of tomorrow — combining gaming with education to empower our youth to succeed in today’s digitized world.
Our esports camps also provide morning and afternoon snacks as well as pizza for lunch. We maintain a 1:10 adult staff-to-student ratio with additional counselors who are experienced esports players. Camps run 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Camps begin July 10th! Tuition is $375 for the week, with after-care available until 5:30 pm (for an additional $125).