Follow Sweden, Norway Officially Launched E-Sports In Curriculum.
Jun 01 2018
The growth of e-Sports has created positive effects when some countries take it to the curriculum at the secondary shool, besides the traditional gymnastics. Most recently, Norway has stood on this list and they will test e-Sports at Garnes High School on August, when 2016-2017 school-year begins.
Actually, e-Sports has reached scale of a new industry with incredible growth. Some professional gamers earn millions of dollars in game prizes, has become a model to strive for many teenagers, just like Michael Jordan or Derek Jeter has inspired them earlier. Even, many experts predict e-Sports industry could landmark $2 billion in 2018. Managers will try now e-Sports at Garnes High School with 30 students within one period and will replicate if they receive a positive results.
E-Sports teachers at Garnes said playing game, using mouse does not mean students will sit only all day. Besides the exercise tactics, training operations on the keyboard to the mouse, then they will have an extra hours for motoring a muscles in a specialized curricula to train reflexes as well as improve ability to concentrate in game battle. The main content will revolve around the famous e-Sports games: Starcraft II, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2 and League of Legends.
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