Limited-time offer for chess coaches
We have exciting news for chess coaches, teachers and children around the world. 2017 will be the year in which new chess heroes are created. Thanks to our continued partnership with Tata Steel Chess, Chessity brings teachers and coaches new opportunities to offer all children the benefits of chess:
For the duration of Tata Steel Chess (13-29 January), we offer chess coaches a spectacular 70% discount on 12-month student account purchases.
Today, most people - from parents and teachers to neuroscientists - are aware of the fact that chess is a means to let talent blossom in many different ways. It helps children to find their inner champion, even in non-chess-related areas of their development. As an adult chess player, chess coach or teacher, you hold the key to unlock all that potential.
Large scale chess teaching
This may seem a tall order. But thanks to modern technology, it isn’t. Teaching chess to large groups of children has become easy and affordable. Chessity takes a leading position in the field of online chess learning, with our success in the Netherlands as a global role model. Our innovative chess program is supported by the Royal Dutch Chess Federation and is embraced by rapidly growing numbers of chess coaches and schools.
We want to enable as many children as possible to learn how to play chess between this year’s Tata Steel Chess Tournament and the 2018 edition. Ideally, every child should be given the opportunity to learn chess. And to become a champion in his or her own way. Chessity is the platform to make that feasible. Our partnership with Tata Steel Chess allows us to temporarily lower prices, so that as many children as possible can benefit.
Make sure to profit from this limited-time offer. Chess coaches save 70% on 12-month student accounts.
Every child needs a champion
2017 will be a great year of chess for children all over the world. We’ll see new champions and new chess heroes. But it takes us - the adult chess players, coaches and teachers - to inspire the young and give them a chance at chess. Hey, that’s rather heroic, too, don’t you think?