Graphics card company, NVIDIA is establishing two new boot camp locations in Shanghai, China and Munich, Germany.
NVIDIA already houses a boot camp space in Silicon Valley, California to which it has played host to some major teams including Team Secret, Tempo Storm, and compLexity Gaming since 2015.
As esports is so international, teams are constantly travelling all over the world to compete. The statement from the firm explains that adding these two boot camp studios in prime esports competitive locations will give easier access to train before tournaments.
Using the boot camp space will include 240Hz G-SYNC monitors, three meals per day and a dedicated environment for players to train in.
NVIDIA is something of a leader in PC graphics cards especially with its popular GeForce series recently announced as the official graphics card of Dota 2’s The International 8 along with Team Newbee, TNC Pro and Team Secret.
Esports Insider says: Boot camps like these are great for teams to have especially when travelling halfway across the world for competitions. Players sometimes don’t even get a dedicated team playing areas during regular seasons so options like these from NVIDIA are a nice addition as competitors prepare for major events. Expanding to China and Germany is really a no-brainer as events are going global opening up more studios will make accessibility for players wanting to train and practice easier.