About Tele Trip
Tele Trip dreams to tele people outside of Singapore to have a different gaming experience. It is a great opportunity to make new friends, or even find new team mates. We take care of your travel logistics like getting there & back, hotels and gaming space so that you can do what you love - with friends.
This Tele Trip
The first Tele Trip brings us to Pantheon in Kuala Lumpur, a gaming arena, which is currently not available in Singapore. The first game title we are playing is DOTA 2.
Sign up with your friends for your holiday trip that is focused on your favorite game title! Play and talk DOTA 2 to your hearts content for 3 full days.
- Participants age 16 years old and under need to be accompanied by a guardian above 21 years old approved by the parent, if parent is not travelling with him/her. Participant under 18 years old is required to fill up a Parent Consent Form.
- Accompanying parent/guardian pays the same price rate. No concession given.
- Minimum group size is 30 people and maximum 40 people. If participants fall below 30 people, we will either postpone or cancel the trip.
- All participants are encouraged to purchase travel insurance.
- 2 Way Luxury Coach Ride
- 2 Nights Twin/Double Hotel Stay
- 2 Breakfasts in Hotel
- 25-hours Game Play in Pantheon
- Finale Party
DOTA 2 SOOS Facebook Group
For those who love DOTA 2 but cannot join us for the trip to KL this time round, we will like to invite you to our DOTA 2 SOOS Facebook Group. It is a group that has curated content about DOTA 2. It is a space to meet other players as well. It is our commitment to you to build a DOTA 2 community that is fun, encouraging and engaging. Help us to build this community by join the group now.
The Game Addiction Talk
No one sets out to be addicted when he/she first plays a game. Unknowingly over time, a bond is formed with the game which makes it hard for the gamer to pull away.
At the 72nd World Health Assembly, 194 members of the WHO unanimously agreed to adopt the 11th revision of the International Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD-11), which includes ‘gaming disorder’ as a recognised disease. The new classifications will come into effect on 1 January 2022. Below is WHO video on Gaming Disorder.
SOOS OIO Game Addiction Talk seeks to help youths, and even adults, understand some basic game design psychology that answers the question “WHY games can be addictive?” Some patients in the hospitals are given huge dosage of heroin for treatment but they never become drug addicts. Similarly, the game itself is not the only reason for addiction. Through understanding the “why”, the youths are better equipped to make wiser choices in games.
Through the story of Ruth Lim, our in-house “game addict”, we seek to help students to be more aware of their pre-disposition to game addiction. Ruth’s personal struggles and victories brings life to the information about game design & pre-disposition to addiction, making it more real and relatable to your students.
The objective of this talk is to help students understand their power of choice. They can be in control of games and their life when they understand games and themselves better.
About the Speaker – Ruth Lim
Ruth Lim is a coach for DOTA 2 & FIFA 18, and the lead trainer for DOTA 2 at the Esports Academy. Her passion for gaming led her to obtain a Game Development Diploma in Game & Entertainment Technology and further obtained a Bachelors in Computer Science while sustaining a keen interest in gaming.
Game was a way of life for Ruth. She spent extensive long hours in a game, determined to reach the goals she set for herself. This determination has impact and effects on her life. Addicted to game but yet not an addict is a thin line of balance.
Ruth’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/limrtr/
The Game Addiction Talk is ready for booking. The talk is about 30-45min, suitable for Primary level and above.
Contact us for a quotation and reserve your date now!