The banner of the school
The banner of the school

Being a Pro-gamer is still not a conventional job in most parts of the world maybe except Asia. Now you can study on how to be an e-Sport master in formal education setting in Japan.

The e-Sports scene is growing bigger and bigger by the year, as evidenced by 71,500,000 estimated viewers in 2013 alone. Few weeks ago, Malaysian government recognized e-sports as a formal sport and one of the biggest Dota2 competitions is being held in the Malaysian capital too. The International 2014 have a cash prize pool of US$10 million with the winning team from China (Newbee) walking away with a sweet US$5 million, underscoring the explosive growth of the sports.

In some of the regions (especially in Europe) being a pro-gamer is still seen as a hobby and not as an accepted full time job but not in Asia. In Asia (China, Korea & Japan) being a pro-gamer is a pretty cool job and able to make a decent living. A formal educational school decided that they will start an educational curriculum for aspiring gamers in Japan to learn how to be a real professional e-Sport gamer – managing teams, seeking sponsors and hooking up the right team members, the technicality behind the gaming scenes, editing the recorded videos and other necessary skills to be a bona fide pro-gamer.

The school is located in Tokyo ( Japanese fluency is a must if you want to be a student there) and is called the Tokyo School of Anime.

Yes, school of anime.

The first semester of the e-Sport class starts in September 2015 and interested applicant(s) able to find all the information about the course on the admissions page. Check out their page after this article.

So are you dreaming to join this school? Comment below and let us know.

Via: Tokyo School of Anime

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