Teens constantly getting fragged by opponents with faster reflexes and better tactics can now sign up for a summer camp to improve their skills at Unreal Tournament 3.
The two-week 'Camp Fatal1ty' course is open to students aged 13-17 and costs $3,499, with $300 extra for optional weekend stays.
It will be held at Stanford University, UCLA and Villanova University and has been set up in collaboration with professional gamer Johnathan 'Fatal1ty' Wendel and the iD Gaming Academy.
As well as testing out new skills in tournament play against fellow classmates, the teens will learn to create machinima and build highlight video reels of their best in-game moves and shots.
The syllabus will also feature late-night Nvidia-hosted gaming tournaments and Lan parties.
Students will also tour a major game development studio to learn first-hand how industry professionals create commercial titles.
At the end of the course, each student will take home a Fatal1ty-branded keyboard.
Wendel, who is dubbed "the world's most famous gamer", has won 12 major championships and 10 world titles.
The iD Gaming Academy and Fatal1ty are offering five scholarships to at the UCLA and Villanova locations.
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