EOB Esports Academy The UK's first Esports Academy and Future Tech Centre, ages 7-30

Watford, South London, Oxford & Peterborough

How it works



An Esports Academy that creates grassroots esport teams that compete in event competitions.



7-30-year-old males and females, from all backgrounds working together to push each other to the next level.


The Content

Esports team creation, esports business, event management, industry master classes, game design & 3D modelling.


Get Involved

Express your interest by clicking the button to get to our contact page – then email us.


Creating a Riot

EOB Esports Academy & Riot Games

EOB Esports Academy and Riot Games are ‘Creating A Riot’! This is a new experience for esports fans to learn the esports business and create their own esports team, leading to a final event.

About the experience

Get ready for battle! As a team, players of League of Legends (LoL) must identify their roles, schedule practice sessions and in a 4-week period, become ready to face any opponent.

Players will leave the experience understanding and developing the skills needed to manage a successful team, understand the challenges and the roles of a LoL esports player, and most importantly, understand how to work as a team!

Esports Masterclasses

Learn from the pros themselves! There will be masterclasses and workshops from esports players and professionals!

Planning an esports event

As part of the course, people will work with their teams to plan an esports event that will be hosted in an esports venue. This event will then be held on the final day of the course, and family and friends will also be invited.

No Experience needed!

That’s right! No experience will be needed to take on this exciting course! But, if you have the experience, you’ll be in the best position to share your knowledge with teammates and be the best prepared for all opponents. Challenge yourself and learn something new or hone your skills – that’s how we grow!

Esports & Interactive Media

Info coming soon

Read about our official partnership with the British Esports Association.

EOB Esports Academy in Action

Partners & Supporters

Andy Payne OBE, chair of the British Esports Association,

“The work of Enemy of Boredom is important and aligns well with our goals at the British Esports Association – to promote, improve and inspire.

“Getting people interested and involved in esports from a young age can not only help bolster the industry in the long-term, but it also gives something positive back to the community, promoting teamwork, communication and development.”

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!”

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”.

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