Frisco’s Complexity Gaming will host summer camps for DFW area kids

DALLAS (KDAF) – Frisco’s Complexity Gaming alongside Lenovo has announced summer gaming camps to be held in North Texas to give the Dallas-Fort Worth community a taste of possible careers in the space. of game.

The two will host a pair of camps this summer with topics ranging from content creation to the high-stakes world of competitive gaming.

“The Dallas-Fort Worth area has a strong gaming culture, and that lifelong passion is often discovered at an early age,” said Jason Lake, Founder and CEO, Complexity Gaming, and Global Head of Esports, GameSquare Esports. “Together with Lenovo, we are able to proactively highlight in-game social and educational opportunities for newcomers to the space, as well as help local young people take their ideas to the next level.”

On July 25, the two will launch two week-long camps to share knowledge about esports, content creation, and mixing in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math). These camps will be available for girls and underserved children to help an initiative to increase “…the accessibility and diversity of games – and covered for free by Lenovo. Each camp will also build smart and safe habits by line and will educate children about the importance of anti-toxicity and inclusivity. At the end of each program, campers will have a wrap-up project of their work to show friends and family.”

Complexity Games 2022 – Lenovo Summer Camps:

  • July 25-29: Digital Creators: Esports – It takes a lot to get to the stage of esports. Campers will not only learn the gaming skills needed to make it happen, but also effective strategies for building their profiles and digital content. (open to girls aged 12 to 15)
  • August 1-5: STEAM Party – In this program, campers will learn how design, coding, engineering and more intersect to create exciting projects using robots, LEGO, instant circuitry and more. (open to youth ages 6-9; eligibility based on income)

For more information, including a full range of what campers will learn, esports, STEAM Camp and more, click here.

Sharon D. Cole