Drone & Esports Camp
the 2023 camp session will be june 12 – june 15.
Tiffin University’s Drone & Esports camp will expose participants to a variety of digital and cloud-based applications including basic coding for flying or racing drones. All participants will receive their own personal drone and backup battery. Coaching instruction, free play, simulations, and a mini-tournament will enhance campers’ skills and knowledge in esports. Staff supervision includes a sports management specialist from India who will engage with campers 24-7 including a games and a field trip to an escape room! Anyone 12 years of age or older may participate.
Check out the highlights from the 2022 camp.
Campers will receive a full refund if there is a cancelation two weeks (fourteen days) before the camp’s start date. If there is a cancelation after this time, no refund will be given.
Important instructions for esports
- The campers need to have an active account for at least one of the games listed below. Only Overwatch requires a fee.
- When students log-in to their account, they may be asked for verification through an email or phone which may be linked to their parent’s information.
- Fortnite is not an option for summer camp.
- Rocket League
- League of Legends
Students will be staying in a single room. Meals will be provided to the students in the Cole Dining Hall.
What to Bring
Students will need to bring all personal hygiene items, towels, pillow and bedding for an XL twin bed.
Bonnie S. Tiell, D.S.M.
Matthew McCabe, Ph.D.
Rick A. Goeb, Ph.D.
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