Dubai, UAE: Galaxy Racer Esports is proud to announce the addition of the very accomplished Mia Stellberg as the esports and performance psychologist dedicated solely to the GXR Female rosters. Stellberg’s experience will be of great use to the organization’s plans of expansion. She will ensure that all of Galaxy Racer’s female squads under the various game titles achieve their goals, individually and on an organization level in a manner that is continually mindful of the players and coach’s mental well-being.
Stellberg comes from a strong background of sports and psychology, with 20 years in the field, she has worked with professional footballers, golfers, ice hockey players and Olympic athletes. After joining the psychology esports scene in 2016, Stellberg worked with top esports teams such as Astralis, and many more. She was a major factor in having helped teams win World Championships in CS:GO and Dota 2.
Stellberg said: “I am delighted to be working with GXR. Paul Roy has an inspiring vision for the GXR teams and business, and especially accelerating the progress of female gamers in esports, so I am extremely excited about the opportunity to help make that happen”.
At Galaxy Racer Esports, we have a strong focus on mental health and aim to work with professionals, such as Stellberg, to ensure GXR teams’ and coaches mental well-being. Sports psychologists have worked with athletes for decades, but now, with esports as a thriving global industry, the addition of such professionals will also help boost player performance and offering them any support they may need.
CEO of Galaxy Racer Esports, Paul Roy said: “Mia’s addition to the GXR family is an essential step forward towards our objectives to becoming one of the leading eSports organizations in the world. Her track record speaks for itself and we look forward to working with her”.
About Galaxy Racer Esports (GXR): Galaxy Racer Esports is one of the fastest-growing Esports organizations in the world. Boasting an impressive roster of 7 teams already, in CS: GO, League of Legends, Dota 2, and PUBG Mobile, GXR is the youngest Esports organization to have ever been given a headline feature on CNN. GXR, known for its diversity, currently holds 45 male and female athletes with 20 different nationalities. GXR is also the local organizer of the Girl Gamer Dubai Festival, one of the largest esports events in the world.
About Mia Stellberg: Finnish performance psychologist Mia Stellberg has become synonymous with success in esports, having helped teams to win world championships in CS: GO and Dota 2 since she began working in esports in 2016. Having originally qualified in psychology and psychotherapy at the University of Helsinki, Mia has also worked with professional footballers, golfers, ice hockey players and Olympic athletes, and helps sports teams and businesses build high performance cultures. Mia’s website: www.miastellberg.com