The Murdoch Esports and Gaming Camp is the go-to place for High Schoolers across the state to practice their gaming skills, learn about the industry of games, and get involved in their local esports scene.

Teens aged 13-17 from across WA have signed up for this three-day program to spend their school holidays learning about all the different ways in which they can get involved in the esports industry. No specific level of skill is required to get the most out of this program.


This program takes place during the school holidays and has space for 36 maximum participants. The earlier you book, the more certain you will be to secure a spot. You can book for individual days.

Program times

Workshops and gaming activities will take place approximately between 9am and 3pm on each of the three days. Supervision is provided to allow pickup either sooner or later.

Children are to be signed in by a parent or guardian each morning between 8am and 9am at the Murdoch Sports reception.

Pickup and sign out is from the reception and is best between 3pm and 5pm. After 5pm late fees will apply. Find the best place to park on campus.

Gaming Hub – April 2022 Schedule
Monday, 11th April 2022
  • Identifying Cheaters
  • Careers in Gaming
  • Unity
Tuesday, 12th April 2022
  • Coding
  • Scam Protection
  • MOBA Strategy
Wednesday, 13th April 2022
  • Team Building
  • Sponsorships
  • Gaming Tournament

Terms and conditions

Make sure you review the Viking kids holiday program terms and conditions document before registering.

Our activities and workshops

All workshops and activities will be held on our Perth campus. Each day offers a different selection of workshops, designed to showcase the variety of ways you can get involved in esports and gaming industries.

Our workshops and activities include:

The end of the Esports and Gaming Camp is a thrilling gaming tournament. The specifics and logistics of this tournament are determined by the you and the other participants, with the assistance of coaches who are experienced in tournament organisation. You will create, pitch, host, play in and even cast your own tournament on the final day of the camp.
It’s time to get creative with some of Murdoch’s most talented Games Art & Design student ambassadors, who in this workshop will show you how to create assets used in the video games you know and love.
Playing video games in the esports industry can be an overwhelming experience on occasion. You may not always see it on-screen, but the best players will often learn to grow and conquer the many adversities of the industry before they find success. Now, you will learn to grow and conquer too.
Almost anyone who has ever spent time playing video games has had the idea cross their mind to try and make a game at some point or another. Perhaps this goal is more obtainable than you think. Try out some of Murdoch Universities’ professional software and equipment and surprise yourself with what you can do.
Photoshop is one of the most common media tools out there. Used for YouTube thumbnails, Twitch Streaming Schedules, and downright hilarious images, learning to use this software will be an incredible weapon in your arsenal.
Learn the ins and outs of Streamlabs, the most popular software for livestreaming to Twitch and YouTube. Learn to configure your stream, set up gifs and sounds that play when people follow or donate, and become like your favourite Twitch streamer!
YouTube is one of the best places on the internet to find quality content. This workshop will show you how you can make some of the coolest, most engaging, or funniest content for yourself by teaching you the basics of video editing.

Camp leaders

These workshops will be run by industry leading professionals who have created their own leagues, competitive level athletes who have played on international stages like E3 in front of tens of thousands of spectators, and people who have built entire careers around the games industry. If you want to be the best, you have to learn from the best.

All leaders are trained in a variety of sports and are current Working with Children Check cardholders. Supervising staff also hold First Aid certificates. Supervising staff also hold First Aid certificates.

What to bring

  • Water bottle
  • Enclosed shoes
  • Lunch or lunch money.