MINESKI OPENS QUALIFIERS FOR ML LEAGUE TO SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL, COLLEGE STUDENTS
Mineski Philippines opened its doors to senior high school and college students for the regional qualifiers for the third leg of the National Interschool Cyber League (NICL) featuring Moonton’s Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.
Mineski and the Philippine Collegiate Champions League (PCCL) initiated the Youth Esports Program (YEP) to create a community for esports enthusiasts and help the youth find their “success” in gaming whether as a recreational hobby or a career path.
YEP program director Marlon Marcelo said that as gaming continues to grow it has become “more vital” for them to create an environment for students to learn “responsibly” and “respectfully.”
“As gaming continues to grow in scale and popularity among our youth, it has become more vital for us to create safe spaces where students learn how to play responsibly and respectfully, understanding the many benefits that esports has to offer them,” he said.
“Gaming, after all, is part of a fun and balanced life. We at Mineski, through our grassroots programs, are committed to creating an inclusive esports environment that upholds the highest of standards and ensures all gamers get a fair and safe experience,” he added.
The program currently has 80 chapters or partner schools and has already secured sponsorship deals with several international brands.
Registration is now open to interested senior high school and college students who are 16 to 22 years old through this link: http://bit.ly/3ceyDO0.