Alienware not only provides the hardware for gamers to train at home, the company also wishes to offer resources to amateur players to provide them with the opportunity to improve their skills and potentially hit the big stage. A new online academy has been created to offer a single destination to access lessons and challenges to learn, train, and improve skills in competitive CS:GO gaming.
A closed beta is running in June 2018, which will include curriculums for the most popular competitive games with professionals from Team Liquid at hand to provide some insight. Specifically designed challenges and custom practice maps will help attendees improve their game in CS:GO. More than 10 lessons will be provided by Team Liquid, which makes it quite the resource for anyone looking for ways to take their performance to new levels.
More information can be found on the Academy, once it launches.
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