Systimax Solutions partner e-Sports player Jason Leggett is looking to make the transition to professional e-sport.
Leggett joined the Systimacool e-Sport Academy team after spending five years playing professional video games such as Halo 5 and StarCraft II.
The Australian-based e-games organisation, founded by Australian actor James D’Arcy and Australian sports commentator Gary Barlow, is the largest e-game organisation in the world.
Leiggett said the Sympathax solution will provide a stable platform for young players who want to play video games in a safe environment.
“We have the ability to have a stable environment where we can teach them and we can work with them to help them get into the right environment and to get better,” he said.
“It will help them become the best they can be, but it will also help them learn and develop and become better as a player.”
The Sympathex Solution was originally launched in March 2016.
It allows players to create their own custom games, create and share them with others, and compete in competitions.
It offers a way for those with little or no gaming experience to take control of their own career.
The company said more than 1,500 students have already signed up for its first year.