The organization, which competes in Rainbow Six Siege and Valorant, will use the platform to “equip its coaches, players and its esports community with data and analytics to maximize player performance,” Spacestation said in a release. Spacetation General Manager and co-founder Shawn Pellerin will use Aim Lab’s analytics to “benchmark and recruit players for the current teams, as well as to expand to more titles.”
The data will also be used to share insights on performance with the Spacestation community through its YouTube channel.
Earlier this month, Aim Lab parent company Statespace raised a $29M USD Series B investment round led by Khosla Ventures.
Published at Mon, 23 Nov 2020 20:56:13 +0000