Malta-based esports tournament organiser Eden Esports has announced the launch of a new bootcamp offering in Malta.
The bootcamp will be provided free-of-charge when booking a hotel, and is open to both gamers and esports professionals.
To apply for the programme, teams must book at least three rooms at either the InterContinental or Holiday Inn hotels via Eden Esports, the company said. The bootcamp itself will then be provided free-of-charge.
Hotel packages are available for both the InterContinental, a five-star hotel with breakfast, gym and pool, and a more affordable Holiday Inn Express three-star package which covers essentials.
Eden Esports’ bootcamp facility, which is located inside the InterContinental hotel, offers a chance for gamers to train and compete alongside bootcamp options for teams.
The company emphasised the strategic location of the facility given Malta’s European Union membership and convenient travel options to most European cities.
Radko Dimitrov, Eden Esports’ Chief Operating Officer, commented: “We believe that Malta allows its visitors a unique experience by providing a perfect environment for both intensive training and unwinding like no other place in Europe.
Having both aspects covered is essential for esports professionals to reduce the burnout and unlock their true potential. We will be happy to help teams achieve their goals in Malta.”
The facilities feature top of the line gaming equipment, including computers with Intel i7-13700K processors, GeForce RTX 4080 16GB XLR8 graphics cards, BENQ ZOWIE XL2566K MSI PRO monitors, CORSAIR VENGEANCE DDR5 32GB 5600MHz ram and Secret Lab Omega gaming chairs.
“We aim to make bootcamp in Malta a part of each team’s seasonal routine,” an Eden Esports spokesperson said. “Alongside the beautiful destination and excellent accommodation options, a free of charge high-end bootcamp setup is a great deal for the teams.”
Malta has made a concerted effort to grow its esports scene in recent years. Notably, high-profile Counter-Strike series ESL Pro League is based in the country thanks to a partnership with government-owned non-profit Gamingmalta. Other events, including the Champion of Champions Tour, have also moved to the country.
Supported by Eden Esports