What does a day at camp look like:
The days are split in to three sections, in game, out of game, and community. The day is built around activities and coaching that focus on those areas. Not only do players get 1on1 coaching in game but also take time during the week to learn casting skills both on air and production. The last part of the day is dedicated to community and “toughing grass.” One day might be tie-dyeing the camp t-shirt and disc golf. The next day would be a different arts and crafts plus physical activity. Players also earn tickets through out the week to spend more time in the Starcade during open play.
Where do the players stay?:
Campers stay in Methodist hall. This is the upperclassman dorm on the OCU campus. More info about the dorm can be found here. Dorm Info
What do the players eat?:
Campers get three meals per day in the “Cafe” the OCU campus cafeteria. The main dining facility on campus, the cafeterias serve up a host of meals each day with an eye for variety across various stations. The cafeteria is equipped with the following stations: a homestyle and comfort line, Salad bar stations that serve healthy and clean eating options, an exhibition line that changes daily, made to order grill, Ms. June’s Deli, soup and salad, pizza, and dessert station. All stations and items are all you can eat. This venue can be found on the 2nd floor of the student union. We can also accommodate any special dietary needs players might need.
Where do players play?:
Players will work with high level collegiate players as their camp counselors. Students will spend a majority of their time in the Starcade Esports Arena. Players are encouraged to bring their own mouse, keyboard, and headset.
- 240hz Monitors
- PC’s RTX 3070 GPUs
- HyperX Pulse Fire Haste Mice
- HyperX Alloy Origins Mech 60 keyboards
- HyperX Revolver Headsets
- DD Audio In house sound system
- Casting lab