WUWO Media

Since 2012 we’ve designed educational programmes for the creative industries, now covering, esports, digital publishing and social mediaPartnering with some of the UK’s most exciting and forward thinking companies and people.

Live Project: EOB Esports

Young people trained by WUWO Media.

Young people in work after training with WUWO Media.

Mark Cox, UK Head of Publishing, Riot Games.

“This is a great initiative and a brilliant way of using League of Legends as a tool to teach teamwork, strategy and sportsmanship. We are proud to support young people through WUWO Media and the EOB course as well as helping The Prince’s Trust, the course also spreads the word about how Esports can help build communities and develop individuals”.

Neil Pymer, Interactive Creative Director, Aardman.

“Aardman is happy and excited to be working with WUWO Media as part of their E.O.B Esports Initiative. Game design workshops can give an insight into our brainstorm processes which form the basis of all our game creations. It’s great to share our skills with WUWO’s team and support young futures by inspiring the next generation of creatives.”

Rob Arnold, Chief Operating Officer, Clock Ltd.

“Supporting WUWO on the EOB project is something that Clock Ltd are both passionate and excited about. All the team at Clock want to get involved lending a hand, helping the new generation of digital professionals get an insight into our working world. Having our own League of Legends team based at Clock, we will also make it our priority to teach the EOB team a lesson or two!”

Paul Beesley, Director for Central England, The Prince's Trust.

“We are delighted to partner with WUWO Media on their E.O.B Esports Initiative to help young people gain the skills and experience they need to forge a career in the digital and cyber industries. By attending events, hearing from guest speakers and learning from experts, this course will inspire the group and open their eyes to different employment opportunities within the digital world.”

Why League of Legends Training in Education?

We at WUWO Media realise that gaming can be used to positively impact young people. It’s accessible, fun, and, most importantly, centred around working together to reach a common goal.

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THE ESPORTS OBSERVER & Esports Academy

The Esports Observer publishes an article offering an insight into what an Esports Academy looks like.

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EOB Welcomes 12 New Students to Watford

A new beginning, 12 new students in the EOB Watford office. The new 4-week course will be focussing on Riot Games League of Legends,

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EOB, The Sutton Set Up

‘A look in pictures’ at the set up of the new EOB Esports Academy centre in Sutton. Partnering with the team at Sporting Chances

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British Esports Article about the EOB Esports Academy

The British Esports Association recently visited the new education initiative. How does it work? Rob Allen reports. A new Enemy of

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Esports Education London WUWO Media

WUWO Media’s, EOB Esports Academy partners with Sporting Chances to offer young people an esports education London programme.

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Aardman Take EOB Game Designing

Aardman Animations, four Times Oscar Winning Studio Behind Wallace and Gromit, Shaun the Sheep,

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Esports Education by WUWO Media

Digital Agency Clock hosts WUWO Media’s, EOB Esports Academy for the Prince’s Trust Young People. Digital agency Clock,

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A visit to Tenfold Gaming NYC

Tony Patrick of Tenfold Gaming NYC, invited Steve out to the Bronx to see what potential collaborations could

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