Foster creativity, collaboration, and inclusion and nurture critical leadership, communication, and problem solving skills with engaging Esports learning experiences that open doors to thrilling career paths. Acer partners with NASEF to bring Esports to schools, allowing educators and students to leverage the potential of powerful Predator gaming solutions.


This academy is a collaboration between Acer, NASEF, and
Skillshot Media sponsored by Intel.

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A course for aspiring and established esports coaches and educators

 It's no secret that esports affords students with many of the discipline and team-building benefits that comes with a traditional sport. This program will walk you through everything you need to know if you want to make sure you're building a new program the right way or if you need some support in your existing program. Take a look at what you'll learn:

Module 1: Esports 101 - The Current State of a Growing Industry 

Module 2: Roles and Responsibilities of an Esports Coach 

Module 3: The Ins and Outs of Being an Effective Coach

Module 4: How to Build an Esports Team 

Module 5: Essential Equipment for Managing a Team

Module 6: Learning the Game and Building Player Success

Module 7: Establishing a Culture of Good Sportsmanship 

Module 8: Planning a Live Esports Competition 

Module 9: Maximizing the Potential of Your Esports Athletes

Module 10: Leveling Up Your Esports Organization and Your Capabilities as a Coach


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We spoke with leaders and innovators in the sports & esports industry to give you relevant insights on coaching.

 Earn a Certificate

When you complete the course, you will receive your NASEF x Skillshot Academy Certificate by email.

Learn at Your Own Pace

Take the time you need to complete the course, and access the content in video or written form.