Monday, July 3, 2023

Global Esports partners with Adamas Esports to bolster out-of-game performance for VALORANT roster

This partnership will help elevate the team's performance and take it to the next level

Mumbai, July 2023: - Global Esports announces an exciting partnership with esports performance and wellness company Adamas, Vancouver based performance-focused brand that provides esports athletes with the tools to train and perform for competitive gaming challenges. Global Esports, known as one of the largest esports organizations in India, will utilize the services to bolster the out-of-game performance of the VALORANT roster. The team, which represents South Asia in the coveted VCT Asia-Pacific league, will be trained and coached prior to the last chance qualifier. Global Esports will use the services to prepare the VALORANT players for the important tournament. The last chance qualifier will be held from July 15 to July 23 and is the final shot for teams that aim to secure a spot at VALORANT Champions, the most anticipated and prestigious tournament of the year. 

Driven by a player-centric and content-driven philosophy, Global Esports aims to bring esports and gaming to the next billion users, beginning in India and expanding across Asia. The move marks the beginning of an important partnership that signals a heavy investment from the organization to support and enhance the performance of the VALORANT team further. 

Talking about the partnership, Co-founder of Global Esports, Rushindra Sinha said, “In the high-octane world of esports, skill isn't the only measure of success, mental strength, resilience, and consistent performance are just as important. We are incredibly thrilled to announce our strategic partnership with Adamas Esports as our team's performance and mental skills coaches for the remainder of the season & off-season. With this association, we're confident that our players and coaches will get the right guidance and support they need to push their limits, hone their skills, and maintain their mental fortitude, especially in the most challenging of times.”

Caleb Cousens, CEO of Adamas Esports added, “We continue to have an impact and build our track record in the North American and European esports markets and are excited to expand into Asia through our work with Global Esports and their VCT Pacific team. The role of culture building, coaching development and player wellbeing on performance will continue to play an important role in esports with Global Esports leading the way.” 

GE thanks all its fans for their unwavering support and promises to bring even more exciting, top-tier gameplay & content. With Adamas Esports the aim is to turn the challenges into achievements and build a strong roster of players to represent India on a global platform.  The team is gearing up for the last leg of this season as they prepare for VCT Pacific LCQ which will be their one last chance to fight for a slot at VCT Champions, Los Angeles.

About Global Esports

Founded by Dr Rushindra Sinha and Mohit Israney, Global Esports, is the unrivalled leader in South Asia's gaming scene, and boasts an impressive lineup of teams in popular titles such as VALORANTBGMIFortniteOverwatchPUBG PCRainbow Six Siege, and Apex Legends. Spearheading the VALORANT revolution within the Riot Games ecosystem, Global Esports assembled a dream team by drawing talent from renowned games such as Counter-StrikeOverwatch, and Rainbow Six Siege, including South Asia's top players, Ganesh "SkRossi" Gangadhar and Abhirup "LightningFast" Choudhary, further solidifying their dominance in the competitive VALORANT landscape.

Global Esports has demonstrated its competitive excellence in various esports titles extending beyond VALORANT, securing trophies across different challenging gaming titles, and highlighting their versatility and exceptional skill.  Global Esports strives to become the preferred platform for gamers worldwide and has organised India's largest intra-collegiate esports events, impacting thousands of students and propelling the growth and recognition of Indian esports talent, including fielding India's first Overwatch World Cup Team.

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