What if gaming could make you a better person?

What if you could buff your mind and have the effects become a permanent passive ability? What if, instead of feeling on tilt, raging, or weaponizing that frustration through toxicity, you could know exactly why you’re experiencing what you’re experiencing and be in control of how you respond? 

What if you could lvl up your skills while being AFK?

Sport psychology is about learning how to thrive in the face of challenge and adversity by adopting a growth mindset where you are constantly improving day by day, even if just by 1%. By increasing your awareness and learning “right effort,” gaming can help you become the most OP version of yourself. 

Increase focus & enhance performance

Deal with distractions more effectively

Increase confidence and self-esteem

Develop skills to deal with setbacks, errors, and losses

Educate people on mental health and performance

E-Sport Psychologists advocate for their clients

Strengthen skills for impulse control

Develop a stronger routine for optimal performance

Reasons to Utilize Sport Psychology in E-Sports

Types of Sessions

At Mindbuffs, we offer E-Sport Psychology sessions for both Individuals and Groups

For Individuals

(50-minute session)

Whether you are looking to enhance your performance or prepare for an upcoming sport season, Mindbuffs will help you achieve your goals. Through a combination of traditional Sport Psychology practices and personalized performance sessions, you will have the opportunity to learn about yourself and how you can get the most out of your game.

For Teams or Small Groups

(60-minute session)

If you are interested in developing the performance of your team or organization, Mindbuffs offers a variety of introductory and in-depth group sessions. By growing in your individual skills and self-awareness as a group, Mindbuffs can help your team move forward together. Mindbuffs can also provide information sessions for organizations that are looking to learn and implement the fundamentals of sport and performance psychology.