Endpoint launch a young talen program
UK-based multi-gaming organization Endpoint has announced the launch of a joint program with ROG to develop young players from Europe. Project participants will receive all the support they need to start a professional career in eSports.
We are pleased to announce we have joined forces with @ASUS_ROGUK to create the Endpoint ROG Academy— Endpoint CeX (@TeamEndpoint) January 12, 2021
We will provide the UKCS scene's up and coming players a real path to pro
? Info and sign up: https://t.co/n60rKqvElb
? HUB: https://t.co/H6I0k7A9T3#ROGUKIEsports pic.twitter.com/pePExvNcMS
British coach George "Whitey" White, who was Endpoint's mentor in 2019, has been invited to coach ROG Academy. His main task will be to find promising players and support a professional approach in the young team.
Endpoint has assured that the academy's trainees will receive full financial support, including travel arrangements to numerous regional-level LAN tournaments. The process of training and development of potential stars will be covered in social networks of the organization.