Hero Vired and Nodwin Gaming starts registration for second batch of Certificate Program in Gaming and Esports

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The first batch of the Certificate Program in Gaming and Esports offered by Hero Vired and Nodwin Gaming, released last year in September, is about to conclude and is now accepting applications for the second batch.

According to Nodwin Gaming, the course focuses on gaming and esports aspects, which is not taught in any other program in India. The gaming focuses on Game Analyzing, Graphic Design Fundamentals, Game Conceptualization, Visual Scripting etc.

While the esports aspect focuses on League Ops, Event Production, Talent Acquisition, Corporate Communication etc. which are essential components of the competitive gaming sector.

Hero Vired shows that the course offers a guaranteed 5-month internship at Nodwin Gaming and potentially a job opportunity at NODWIN.

During an Interview with techno sports, the Founder of Hero Vired, Akshay Munjal, said that the program would help to create awareness about esports and gaming among Indian parents and youth.

Gaining knowledge and skills about the gaming sector will help people to grab various opportunities in the sector. “The course acts as a good starting point to learn the fundamentals of the gaming sector,” Munjal said.

The company claims that due to connections in the gaming industry, that can get information about the skill sets in demand and teach the students accordingly. This helps not only the students but also the gaming industry with the addition of knowledgeable people.

Munjal said, “In addition to NODWIN, the program has UNITY, NSDC, and MESC as certificate partners and GameEon, HolyCow Productions, Godspeed Games, and Moonfrog as industry partners. The learning opportunity enabled by the program is vast and is the perfect foundation to kickstart a lucrative career in esports.”

The new sessions are planned to start by April 2023, but no exact dates are mentioned yet, and the course does say a bachelor’s degree is required to enroll in the course.

With more than 450 million gamers across the country and the fastest-growing gaming sector, certification courses like these might help people to gain knowledge about the industry.