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Game Training Camp to host LoL training session after Dota 2

By Stoyan Todorov League of Legends 05 Apr 2018 184 views

Game Training Camp has announced the addition of a League of Legends session in 2018.

The offer will target teams and individuals who are eager to improve their understanding of the game and inch closer to a professional level. Meanwhile, the first Dota 2 camp, held in 2017, has led to a new one scheduled for May 2018.

The company has managed to attract top-talent from the League of Legends scene with former LCS World Champion Lauri ‘Cyanide’ Happonen assisting rookies and aspiring-pros. With the possible addition of former Fnatic coach Nicholas ‘NicoThePico’  Korsgård slated to join in June, the staff looks promising.

The camp will take place in Alvesta, Sweden, and will feature all amenities necessary for successful gaming. Players will be able to rent their PC on the spot and enjoy a fast-speed connection for smooth experience. League of Legends Bootcamp tickets are already available.

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