Josudo is an e-learning platform for gaming and esports. It aims to help gamers get better through personalised 1-on-1 coaching, 1-to-many classes, structured video lessons and leagues and tournaments. https://josudo.com
11-10-2019We've just released the newest version of our platform, with features such as coach booking, streaming video lessons and tournament signup already live! Stay tuned for more tools to help you get better at the game of your choice at https://josudo.com
24-02-2019First video update from Josudo! We are looking for coaches, streamers, content creators and gaming communities to collaborate with and work together! Drop an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
21-11-2018Hi everyone, this is our first post at Utoocentral, a blog post on why esports coaching makes sense. Here's the link: https://josudo.com/why-personalized-esports-coaching/ As for Josudo, we have launched the MVP of our website: https://josudo.com We believe that any gaming entity should have a community driven support to it, the same goes for Josudo. This is why we are actively trying to forge relationship with the first adopters of our personalized esports coaching platform and work closely with them to make the coaching experience better. And we will love to hear from you as well. If you have any questions, feedback or simply want to say hello, do reach out to me at email@example.comMy cofounders and I have been passionate gamers at heart, with thousands of hours of gaming under our belt. Despite the incredible rise of esports in the recent years, there seems to be a lack of structured pathway for people improve (as opposed to the traditional mindset of grinding through the games and EVENTUALLY getting better). That's where the idea behind Josudo came about. Josudo aims to help gamers get better via 1-on-1 personalized esports coaching. Gamers are matched with coaches best suited to their skill levels and their desired areas of improvement. In addition, gamers will have access to curated video lesson. Josudo is currently focused on catering to the huge population of gamers in the South East Asia in an effort to connect gamers with coaches from the same region. Esports pro players are no longer playing from their mom's basement, they are making a proper living out of it and even earning millions overnight. But still there seems to be a lack in some structured pathway and/or efficient ways of improving at certain games and making it into the pro teams. This where Josudo comes in to bridge the gap. My cofounders and I have found most of the traditional ways of improving at games (youtube videos, twitch streams and forum posts) to be very slow and time consuming. And we haven't had the opportunity to make it to anything beyond amateur tournaments. But what we would like, is to vicariously live through the journey of other aspiring gamers improving and, even better, make it into a professional team someday!
I have been a gamer all my teenage and adult life and had taken part in some amateur gaming competitions (the outcomes were miserable, so don't bother asking!). Despite regularly spending an hour or two playing online games, I feel my skills have plateaued. These days I spend a fair bit of time watching other player people play with the hopes of improving myself. But at times it felt like it wasn't the most efficient way of learning. That's where the inspiration for Josudo came about!
Aman Yadav (Product and Strategy), Anik Islam (Operations and PR), Jesus Garbayo (Business Development and Marketing)