EVOS Esports unveils its partnership with Adamas Esports

Southeast Asian Esports Organization EVOS Esports announced a partnership with performance esports company Adamas Esports.

According to the statement, the deal will see the two sides working together to “improve” the EVOS training ecosystem.

Image credit: EVOS Esports, ADAMAS Esports

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This partnership marks the entry of Adamas Esports into the Southeast Asian market. Over the past 12 months, the performance company has entered into partnerships with Tundra Esports, Golden Guardians and INTZ.

Ivan Yeo, CEO of EVOS Esports, spoke of the partnership in a statement: “We are extremely happy to have a partner such as Adamas Esports on board. Their rich experience will certainly help us improve our infrastructure and achieve our goal of winning championships in a more consistent way. “

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Adamas’ arrival in the region comes as the organization prepares to compete in the Mobile Legends World Championship and the PUBG Mobile Grand Championship.

Caleb Cousins, CEO of Adamas Esports, also commented: “We have always had a global vision as a company. The concepts of performance and well-being are universal and whether you are a Call of Duty pro in the US or a Mobile Legends gamer in Malaysia, your mental and physical health is paramount to ensuring you perform at the highest level. the longest time possible.

“We’re excited to be working with EVOS to start bringing more tools to the Southeast Asian esports scene.”

Esports Insider Says: As EVOS Esports strives for further league success, the partnership with Adamas Esports is a great place to start. For the performance business, the expansion into Southeast Asia shows that there is a demand for performance-based training in the industry.

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