Chess is a one of a kind game and is considered a royal one. We have always believed teaching is a noble cause and more to it, building a bridge between the dreams of success of every child who wishes to become the best at playing Chess. As it happens, several times students with exceptional skills and talent don't get the opportunity to shine due to the lack of training from the world-class trainers.
However, we believe talent is the most revered asset of a player so to nurture this talent, our initiative 'I TOO WIN' will connect the world-renowned champions to the students to get trained and mentored by them. Yes, the dream of getting trained by the legends and becoming one seems a little difficult at first glance due to several aspects such as authenticity, finances etc. but we have got it covered. We will bring you the best faculty of teaching and non-teaching staff at affordable rates for your champ, not just that, we also have special benefits for the underprivileged students, as we strongly believe in the core of sportsmanship - everyone's a winner. Hence to make that happen, I TOO WIN, assures to bridge the gap between the students and the teachers caused due to lack of accessibility or affordability.
A lot of such camps are organized all over the country but due to the exorbitant fees very few numbers of chess players are able to afford them, thus it defeats the opportunity, the opportunity of the legends to teach the students. Most of the students miss out on this opportunity due to the same reason but we wish to make a difference, we want the students to get mentored by the experts, and we wish to avail them with priceless knowledge and years of experience from the best. The opportunities are open for all, however, they will be given to players solely based on talent with a few other factors being secondary. Our camps will be held regularly, during these camps participants will receive exclusive coaching tips, and guidance, including a chance of great intimate interaction with the designated personality of the chess field.