July 14, 2024

Mind Games Webinar Set to Unlock Mental Wellness & Gaming Performance

Mind Games

The “Mind Games” webinar on mental health for gamers, organised by the International Esports Federation (IESF) and FITGMR, is set to take place on May 4 at 2PM ET. The webinar, to be hosted on Discord, will bring together top-tier esports athletes, mental health experts from the industry, and global esports leaders to share their valuable insights and expertise on the subject.

The highly anticipated “Mind Games” webinar on mental health for gamers, presented by the International Esports Federation (IESF) and FITGMR, will be moderated by FITGMR Co-Founder Mike Anderson. The star-studded panel includes renowned professionals such as Cloud9 Esports’ Overwatch player Daniel “Hadi” Bleinagel, Evil Geniuses Esports’ Director of Gaming & Performance Lindsey “GamerDoc” Migliore, and Esports Illustrated’s Editor-in-Chief Kali Scales. The discussion will also feature the General Secretary of the International Esports Federation, Boban Totovski, Founder and CEO of Curia, Esports Biometrics and Neuroscience expert Alex Milenkovic, FITGMR’s Yoga and Meditation expert Peter Ferko, and professional Super Smash Bros. player for Cincinnati Fear Esports, Stephen “Doorstop” Schmidt.

The International Esports Federation (IESF) has stated that the expert panellists will aim to provide answers and clarity on various mental health-related topics during the “Mind Games” webinar. These topics include mental health challenges, fitness, neuroscience, well-being, awareness, and time management as they relate to the esports community. The webinar promises to provide valuable insights and practical strategies for gamers, enthusiasts, and professionals alike seeking to improve their mental health and well-being.

FITGMR and the IESF have established a fruitful partnership that prioritises athlete health and well-being. The upcoming “Mind Games” webinar is an extension of this collaboration, following on from successful programmes and workshops implemented by the US-based gaming performance company. These initiatives have been focused on promoting the physical and mental wellness of esports athletes, with one of the first programmes debuting during the 2022 World Esports Championships Finals in Bali, Indonesia. As the partnership continues to grow, it is clear that FITGMR and the IESF are committed to providing valuable resources and support to the esports community.

So, are you seeking practical tips and strategies to improve your mental well-being while optimising your gaming experience? Look no further than the “Mind Games” webinar, featuring an expert panel of mental health professionals and esports leaders. To register for this highly anticipated event, visit https://iesf.org/mind-games and secure your spot today.