BUDAPEST, Hungary, May 16, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Zoltan Andrejkovics, director of a European eSports organization, recently announced the launch of his new book, The Invisible Game. Released on May 9, 2016, the book discusses the necessary mental development of eSport players, helping them to internally prepare for challenges on the map and in real life.
According to The Invisible Game's Amazon page, people often underestimate the power of their thoughts and the potential of their inner wisdom. The Invisible Game offers a mental toolkit for youngsters that they can use during games, tournaments, or every day life. The book contains personal stories collected by the author and the key topics were selected based on his own experiences.
With 173 pages full of inspirational stories and illustrations, The Invisible Game also contains a variety of up-to-date and classic theories, as well as many of Andrejkovics' findings. The Invisible Game is one of the few books on the market that discusses eSports psychology, although the genre is consistently growing.
"The only boundaries for you are those, you place in yourself," writes Zoltan Andrejkovics in The Invisible Game. "Several sport psychology books wanted to identify the concept of 'real success,' but this book digs below the surface. This is the first eSports book that deals with the mental side of competitive gaming."
The Invisible Game is available in both Kindle and paperback versions, the latter of which is available for two-day prime shipping from Amazon.
Individuals interested in learning more about The Invisible Game or Zoltan Andrejkovics can visit the book's official website for additional information.
About Zoltan Andrejkovics:
Zoltan Andrejkovics, the author of The Invisible Game, is the director of Docler Myrmidons. He has always had a passion for learning about the importance of team dynamics, competitive gaming, and interpersonal psychology in the field of eSports. In this book, he has included many real life stories that he came across in his profession that reveal how players reach their goals. For more information, please visit
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