VANCOUVER, March 8, 2021 — Adamas Esports Performance & Training Ltd. brings on another full-time team member moving into a busy spring season. Nina Zweifel will be joining the team as a performance coach through a 3-month internship starting in March.
Nina is a psychology student at the University of Zurich currently pursuing a master’s degree. She boasts 4 years of formal esports involvement, and was the first person to offer dedicated mental and performance coaching in Swiss esports—working with amateur and semi-professional athletes over a wide variety of titles (including League of Legends, CS:GO, and Super Smash Bros.). She serves as the Head of Player Development for mYinsanity, one of the largest and most successful esports organizations in Switzerland.
When asked what she’s excited about working on with Adamas, Nina explained she “[strives] to be better and do better,” something which “instantly connected [her] to the philosophy of Adamas and each individual team member.” Nina concluded: “Adamas is building the future of performance and coaching in esports and I am super excited that I get to be a part of that.”
“We continue to build an all-star team of performance experts to help our clients perform when it matters. Nina brings the skill set and experience we need and is a team player. We are excited to have her on the team and look forward to working with other young practitioners as we build the leading performance and training brand in esports.” - Caleb Cousens, Adamas CEO.
We’re ecstatic to have you on the team, Nina.
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