Liquid, the world’s largest esports organization, announced the launch of a new program called Liquid Team Building Exercise, where teams will practice in virtual environments, practice and improve their fundamentals during an immersive virtual reality experience.
The program is a response to the success of the Esports Arena, a team building program for League of Legends, where participants competed against each other to learn how to perform well in virtual arenas.
Liquid is looking to bring similar training to esports.
The training will begin in the coming weeks and will be available for all players.
Team Liquid said that the VR training will be divided into three phases, with each one covering different aspects of the game.
Liquid said it will be based on the “League of Legends model,” with the focus on how to play with your team and win.
“The first phase is a short, intense session in the arena where you get to experience what it is like to play as a professional player and build your team,” Liquid CEO Noah Whinston said.
“The second phase is an intensive, 10-hour session in a team environment.
The final phase is the full immersion of VR training in the Esports arena.”
The program will be free for anyone who registers online and will begin on April 14.
The first VR training session will take place on the second day of the month.
Participants will get to practice their game against a friend or another professional player in a virtual arena.
They will also be challenged to complete an online skill test with a friend and practice a new skill or an ability with a different teammate.
They’ll also get a virtual environment to practice in, such as a gym, on the first day of training.
In total, there will be four training sessions.
Liquid says there will also also be a VR experience in the eSports Arena, but it’s unclear if that will be a virtual reality mode or just a separate mode.
The team building exercise will be offered to all players who register in the new VR training program.
The first training session on April 13 is scheduled for 5 p.m.
There will be another training session scheduled on April 15.
That session will be 3 p..m., and it will also feature a different skill test.
The second training session is scheduled to take place at 4 p.b.m and will feature the same skill test but with a new test.
The team building exercises will be for both a player and a friend.
Players can register to attend the training on April 16 and will get an opportunity to participate in the VR mode on the third day.