Gamer Sensei partners with NADCL

Gamer Sensei and The North American Dota Challengers League (NADCL) have announced a partnership that will see Gamer Sensei offering top NADCL players the chance to become coaches on the Gamer Sensei platform, while also offering discounts for Gamer Sensei coaching services to all NADCL players.

Brett Doyle, the Head of Growth at Gamer Sensei, commented on the partnership, “Gamer Sensei exists to help players get better at the games they love, especially Dota 2. But, we also strive to help established players and coaches make a living through the games they’ve worked so hard to master. We are thrilled to be partnering with NADCL, which is playing a key role in fostering the growth of the Tier 2 North American Dota 2 scene. Their efforts align directly with Gamer Sensei’s goals, and we are confident that this partnership will help benefit players and pros alike.”

Gamer Sensei is one of the largest coaching platforms designed for esports. The company announced a partnership with The National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE) earlier this year, while also announcing they had acquired popular League of Legends coaching site

Peter “ppd” Dager, Founder of NADCL, added: “Taking a step back as a player and coaching others can help you develop a deeper understanding of the most basic concepts of Dota. Not only will you learn how to be a better communicator but you can also learn new ideas from the unique perspectives of other players.”

The NADCL was announced back in July and is due to commence its inaugural season in October of 2018, for more information about the league, Esports Insider spoke to league founded Peter Dager in the summer.

Esports Insider says: This is a good partnership for all parties. Gamer Sensei exposes themselves to more players in a new and up-and-coming league, while NADCL players can take advantage of Gamer Sensei’s coaching catalogue to improve their own performance.