In November 2017, Esports was included in Sports Industry Development Regulations and will become the official sports title of the 2022 Asian Games. Countries worldwide are developing Esports industry now. In Taiwan, there are more than 60 schools having Esports courses. CTESA, cooperating Mainland Affairs Council of R.O.C., held the Camp for Hong Kong and Macao students in Taiwan to help them with direction of future career.
2018 Esports Industry and IESF World Championship Camp for Hong Kong and Macao Students in Taiwan was held in Kaohsiung from November 9th to 11th, 2018, organized by Chinese Taipei Esports Association (CTESA). 50 students attended this activities, including visiting schools with Esports-related courses in Kaohsiung, observation of Esports tournaments around the venue and back stage. The students enjoyed the same accommodations as the national athletes at 85 Sky Tower Hotel.
Participants at Athletes' Village
(A) Esports industry career course
(1) An overview of Taiwan's esports industry development and cooperation between industry and academy.
(2) Experience sharing by Esports professional players and coaches.
(3) Experience sharing by employees working in Esports related industry
(B) Visiting IESF World Champinship Venue and Esports Stadiums
(1) Opening and closing ceremonies and event.
(2) World Esports Summit Forum.
(3) Learning how to broadcast of the competition. Experience sharing by Esports industry staff.
(4) Live experience of Esports carnival.
Participants on Main Stage