EXPERT video gamers are being given the chance to earn up to £45 an hour teaching kids how to play competitive favourites like Fifa and Fortnite.

Industry giant Tutor House has launched the world's first eSports tutoring service.

It will give youngsters the chance to receive professional coaching in games like the latest in EA Sports' Fifa franchise or online-only sensation Fortnite.

The service comes after the introduction of lucrative online gaming tournaments, which saw a teenager win $3 million in the Fortnite World Cup this year.

The eSports Tutoring service is set to cost £45 an hour, and will involve experienced or pro gamers helping their students improve their general skills, reaction times and in-game tactics.

Hopefuls will have to go through an approval process providing evidence of their level within their chosen game and will need ID and an up to date DBS certificate.

Alex Dyer, founder of Tutor House, said: "“At Tutor House our goal is to give all students, whatever their ability, the best chance to pursue whichever career they feel is for them.

"Whether this be medicine, law or eSports, we want to make sure that everyone has the necessary tools and education to help them succeed.

“When it comes to eSports, the market has skyrocketed in recent years, with champions around the world sometimes earning millions, which we saw recently in the Fortnite World Cup.

"Professional gaming is becoming a more accepted career path, and we want to make sure that students have the support and guidance to successfully pursue any career path they choose.”

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