Counter Logic Gaming CLG & NAMIand the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) today announced a partnership, where the two companies will work together to help improve mental health conditions in the gaming and esports industry and raise awareness about mental health.
CLG is joining the StigmaFree Company initiative that will highlight and cultivate the company’s culture of caring and enhance engagement around mental health. CLG will assist in fundraising efforts for NAMI with the first activation being a NAMI x CLG jersey created for Mental Health Awareness Month in May, with all proceeds supporting NAMI’s causes.
“The work that NAMI does in the mental health awareness field is incredibly impactful and we believe the gaming community could benefit a great deal from their efforts to creating better lives for those suffer from these disorders,” said Nick Allen, COO, Counter Logic Gaming.
“Nearly 50 million Americans are affected by mental illness and they often encounter stigma, or invisible barriers to acceptance and understanding, including in the workplace. This is something we need to change, together,” said Mary Giliberti, CEO, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). “NAMI is thrilled to have CLG partner with us as a StigmaFree company and commit to joining us in our fight to end the stigma of mental illness through education, increased awareness, and social action.”
CLG and NAMI will work together to foster a community of awareness, caring and support in the gaming and esports ecosystem. CLG is committed to the StigmaFree company partnership and helping reverse these negative effects by creating a culture that recognizes the importance of mental health.
About Counter Logic Gaming
Counter Logic Gaming (CLG) is a premier North American esports organization known for its passionate fan base and winning
About the National Alliance On Mental Illness
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is the nation's largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. Learn more about www.nami..org | facebook.com/nami | twitter.com/namicommunicate | instagram.com/namicommunicate