EVOS Esports has launched a strategic partnership with esports performance brand, Adamas Esports Training & Performance, looking to enhance their training ecosystem with the help of the Canadian-based organisation.
Adamas Esports has an extremely talented list of performance coaches, with some of them having coached athletes at multiple Olympics over the last decade.
The announcement comes at a time where EVOS Esports looks to take on some of the world’s most lucrative mobile esports tournaments, including the Mobile Legends World Championships (M3), the PUBG Mobile Grand Championship (PMGC) & Ivan Yeo, the CEO of EVOS Esports is confident, Adamas will help escalate the team to the next level.
“We are extremely excited to have a partner such as Adamas Esports onboard. Their wealth of experience will definitely help us level up our infrastructure and help us achieve our goal of winning championships on a more consistent basis,” mentioned Ivan Yeo, the CEO of EVOS Esports.
On the other hand, this partnership marks Adamas Esports’ first foray into the Southeast Asian esports scene as they previously mainly worked with teams in Europe & America. CEO of ADAMAS Esports, Caleb Cousins, notes that this partnership is a new stage of ADAMAS Esports’ ever-growing journey.
“We have always had a global outlook as a business. The concepts of performance and wellness are universal and whether you are a Call of Duty pro in the US or a Mobile Legends player in Malaysia, your mental and physical health are paramount to ensuring you are performing at the highest level for the longest possible time. We are excited to work with EVOS to begin bringing more tools to the Southeast Asian esports scene.”
The announcement also comes a week after the grand launching of EVOS Esports Integrated Training Facility, the first of its kind, located in Jakarta, Indonesia and go inline with EVOS Esports’ strategy to bring esports into the next level, focusing to invest further in the infrastructure of their esports division.
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