Bacognize® for E-Gaming Performance

In recent years, the increasing accessibility of eSports has attracted a growing number of individuals. Statista predicts that by 2027, the Video Games market will boast 1,472 million users, offering great opportunities for companies within the supplement industry.

Gamers, driven to optimise their performance, are inclined to seek out products that enhance their gaming experience while avoiding side effects like jitters.

Bacognize® is a clean-label, sustainable Bacopa extract, scientifically proven to help with memory, mood, emotional balance, attention, focus and sleep. Offering comprehensive nootropic support, Bacognize® ensures holistic support without inducing stimulating side effects.

A study1 involving 60 students highlighted a significant improvement across various parameters of cognitive performance including memory, concentration, and attention using 300mg/day Bacognize®.

In another study2, 89 participants with sleep issues were given 150mg of Bacognize® twice daily. Results suggested that subjects felt 3x improved alert upon waking, 5x quality of sleep and 2.5x better mood and mental health.

With players earning thousands, and sometimes hundreds of thousands per game in prizes, maintaining focus is crucial not only during gameplay but also during cognitive training. Recognising this demand, the market is swiftly responding to the mental and emotional challenges associated with gameplay, aiming to fulfil this need effectively.

Discover more benefits by visiting our Bacognize® dedicated page or contact us. Book a meeting with the team at our Vitafoods 2024 Stand (D80).


(1) Kumar et al. Efficacy of standardized extract of Bacopa monnieri (Bacognize®) on cognitive functions of medical students: A six-week, randomized placebo-controlled trial. Pub 2016. doi: 10.1155/2016/41034232

(2) Lopresti AL et al. J Funct Foods. Effects of a Bacopa monnieri extract (Bacognize®) on stress, fatigue, quality of life and sleep in adults with self-reported poor sleep. Pub Aug 2021. doi: 10.1016/j.jff. 2021.104671