Canucks Sports & Entertainment, owner of Seattle Surge and Vancouver Titans, has announced Adamas Esports Training + Performance as the franchises’ official performance partner.
Included in the multi-year agreement is a partnership with Fortius Sport & Health, the facility that acts as home to Adamas Esports Training + Performance’s services.
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The partnership will see Adamas Esports Training + Performance provide both teams with ongoing baseline testing and monitoring to measure player health and performance. The deal also includes continuing one-on-one education with players, coaches, and staff on how to minimize the stresses that can arise with demanding travel schedules.
Tim Holloway, Esports Director for Aquilini Entertainment, had this to say on the partnership: “We’re excited to partner with Adamas Esports Training + Performance at Fortius Sport & Health to provide our Titans players and coaches with an all-encompassing environment to train and live during the busy esports season.
“Our goal in this partnership is to help the Titans and Surge reach not just their performance and championship aspirations but also their fitness and health goals. Through the expertise of staff and practitioners at Adamas and Fortius, our teams will be able to garner tips on how to best handle the various stresses that can arise in competing at the highest level in esports.”
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The Fortius Sport & Health facility is kitted out with a fitness & performance centre, FIFA-standard turf pitch, NBA-lined gymnasium, human performance lab, sports medicine clinic, 50-room lodge, and a chef-inspired bistro.
Caleb Cousens, CEO of Adamas Esports Training + Performance, added: “Our team at Adamas is focused on defining the global standard for measuring and improving esports performance and a multi-year partnership with the Vancouver Titans and Seattle Surge is the perfect proving ground. This is a great opportunity to collaborate with a forward-thinking organization like Canucks Sports & Entertainment in an effort to help their athletes perform when it matters.”
Esports Insider says: Having a well-resourced health and fitness regime is a big performance boost for players. It is also good from a well-being perspective – healthier and happier players.