“Over the past few years, we’ve helped our partners rethink their training program in a holistic, 360-degree approach that balances the strategy with out-of-game wellness,” said Caleb Cousins, CEO and founder of Adamas.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (PRWEB)
June 23, 2022
Adamas, the leading e-sports startup in games, today announced the acquisition of its European competitor Gscience. The financial terms of the deal have not been announced, but Adamas will welcome the leadership of Gscience, a number of specialized coaches and will transfer current customers to the already stellar list of leading gaming organizations. Adamas will also acquire the entire technology package and mobile application of Gscience, which will provide the company’s elite training outside the game to amateurs and professional gamers through a monthly subscription service. Adamas will apply Gscience’s European reach and regional experience to aggressively expand into a thriving market.
“As the industry grows, so does the needs of today’s best athletes in the games,” said Caleb Cousins, CEO and founder of Adamas. “Over the past few years, we’ve helped our partners rethink their training program in a holistic, 360-degree approach that balances strategy while playing wellness outside the game. Together with our new colleagues from Gscience, we will now bring the same approach, based on sports science, to new markets both abroad and in applications. ”
Modern e-sports training goes beyond endless in-game practice sessions to realize the potential of today’s best athletes in the industry, where a relatively small competitive advantage can lead to a significant prize pool. This comprehensive approach is defined by mental and physical health exercises, team building accelerators and coaching development programs. Since the launch of Adamas in 2018, the company has helped leading organizations such as NYXL, Version1 and EA’s FIFA pro program improve communication, approach matches with mental clarity and create an internal culture of victory.
“Sporting organizations, gamers and coaches are finally realizing that off-game training is a matter of in-game performance,” said Ryan Skollen, former CEO of Gscience and now managing director, Adamas Europe. “We have admired and competed with Adamas for years and are now excited to help raise its already leading market position in our home territory of Europe and beyond.”
Gscience technology will significantly accelerate the company’s ambitious plans to provide specialized training to more gamers around the world. The Adamas training app will adopt its established training methodology and will distill key workouts into routine practices that any performance-minded gamer can practice at home.
Adamas has recently expanded his engagement with TSM FTX and Version1, while welcoming new teams, coaches and top-level individual athletes as interns. For more information about Adamas, please contact the media contact above or visit: http://www.AdamasEsports.gg
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Adamas Esports is an e-sports startup that helps gaming organizations, coaches and players build a profitable culture. Their comprehensive, wide-ranging approach recognizes that in-game performance begins outside the gamer’s chair as they optimize team culture before calibrating individual strategy or tactics. Culture Audit measures team mode to understand fatigue or idle points, leadership support helps coaches improve communication and team chemistry, and personalized training ensures that e-sports athletes are at their best mentally. and physical condition. Many of the game’s best teams partner with Adamas for year-round support, including an off-season eight-week culture acceleration program, pre-season training camps, and in-season productivity improvements. Adamas leads a distributed team of sports scientists, professional coaches and mental performance counselors from his Vancouver headquarters and maintains an international roster of elite clients, including New York Subliners (CoD League), Golden Guardians (League of Legends) and Vancouver Titans (Overwatch). .
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