The Game Gym’s camps are the perfect mix of game playing, special guest appearances from pros in the gaming and esports industries, and awesome away from the keyboard activities.
We take a holistic approach to our camps, so we make sure that our campers aren’t just gaming the whole time. We promote active lifestyles, gaming with balance, and health and nutrition! Camp is an amazing experience for our gamers and staff and we are excited to offer more unique experiences, special guests, and fun! Each week of camp is different and we put a ton of care into creating a once in a lifetime experience for our campers.
General Esports & Coding Camp – Ages 10-14 – This camp is for those looking to explore the world of esports & coding. We will give an introduction to a variety of esports like Overwatch, League of Legends, Super Smash Bros, and Rocket League. We will also give an introduction to the Scratch coding language. In addition to games and coding, we incorporate awesome away from the keyboard activities and engaging special guests.
Space is limited! Email us at Admin@gamegym.com to reserve your spot today!
For a little taste, check out our Summer Camp Recap Video
We will be announcing our summer camp schedule shortly!
Parents and kids love Game Gym Camps!
“Our son came home so thrilled and excited – he explained his day in detail! He loves loves loves your camp! Thanks for bringing him such joy!” – Martha
“Thank you for an amazing week of camp. The quality of speakers was the best and the adults you employ are such great role models. From fitness trainers and spray paint artists, to professional baseball players and journalists who help with public speaking, rounded out with some epic esports battles, it was a fun packed week!” – Shelley
Washington Post – Seeking fun and glory, gamers hone their skills in digital dojos
“Among the guest speakers who attended the first week of esports summer camp in Potomac, Md., were a personal trainer, a video-game-focused physical therapist and a broadcast news anchor. The next generation of professional video gamers needs good posture, limber thumbs and the confidence to handle a postgame interview.
A dozen preteens absorb it here at The Game Gym, a suburban office suite turned gamer hangout. Jerseys from professional esports teams hang on the walls. Couches are pulled around large TV screens with Xbox Ones and Nintendo Wiis underneath. In the back room, a chill den adorned with yellow Christmas lights holds 12 gaming-optimized computers with brand new gaming keyboards, mice and headsets.” Link to full article