Global Esports, a major Indian esports organization, partners with Adamas, a wellness company for esports athletes. Adamas, based in Vancouver, focuses on providing tools and training for competitive gaming challenges. Global Esports will utilize their services to enhance the out-of-game performance of their VALORANT team.
This team represents South Asia in the prestigious VCT Asia-Pacific league and will receive training and coaching before the last chance qualifier. The qualifier, taking place from July 15 to July 23, is the final opportunity for teams to secure a spot at VALORANT Champions, the highly anticipated tournament of the year.
Global Esports aims to bring esports and gaming to a wider audience, starting in India and expanding across Asia, with a focus on player-centric experiences and content. This partnership signifies the organization’s commitment to investing in the improvement of their VALORANT team’s performance. Co-founder of Global Esports, Rushindra Sinha, expressed excitement about the partnership and emphasized the importance of mental strength and consistent performance in esports.
Adamas Esports CEO, Caleb Cousens, shared their enthusiasm for expanding into Asia through this collaboration with Global Esports and their VCT Pacific team. The role of culture building, coaching development, and player well-being in enhancing performance will continue to be significant in esports, with Global Esports leading the way.
Global Esports expresses gratitude to their fans for their unwavering support and promises to bring even more exciting gameplay and content. The aim of the partnership with Adamas Esports is to overcome challenges and achieve success, building a strong roster of players to represent India on the global esports stage. The team is now preparing for the final stage of the season, the VCT Pacific LCQ, where they will compete for a chance to secure a slot at VCT Champions in Los Angeles.