Mobalytics is a United States-based esports organization with headquarters in the city of Marina Del Rey in the state of California. Gamers Net, Inc. is another name for this company. The primary objective is to provide visual analytics and performance statistics to competitive players so that they can improve their gaming skills.
The software utilizes data from the game as well as techniques for machine learning to identify players' areas of weakness and provide them with ideas and ways to enhance their performance through visual analysis.
On August 1, 2016, Amine Issa, Bogdan Suchyk, and Nikolay Lobanov conceived of the idea that would later become Mobalytics.
In 2016, Mobalytics was awarded the grand prize of $50,000 at TechCrunch's premier startup competition, which was called Startup Battlefield. There were only two hours left before the conclusion of the competition when the founding team finally submitted their entry.
After they were successful and received further funding, the three founders of the company decided to establish the core team and begin expanding their firm. In July 2020, Mobalytics announced that it has successfully funded $11.25 million. There were several investors, including GGV Capital, Axiomatic, and T1 eSports, among others. During the time of the funding round, it was hypothesized that the Mobalytics community consisted of more than 7 million individuals.
In December 2020, Mobalytics made an announcement regarding a content agreement with GINX eSport TV.
Mobalytics developed a rating system that it calls the Gamer Performance Index (GPI), and it evaluates how well gamers perform in the game.
Numbers are displayed on a graphic map to indicate which aspects of the game, such as combat, farming, vision, aggression, survival, teamwork, consistency, and versatility, need to be improved. The GPI analyzes the positives and negatives of games and communicates this information to both the players and the developers of those games.
The Mobalytics software analyzes recordings of the games in order to determine what transpired throughout them. In the year 2019, the company entered into a relationship with Tobii, a Swedish technology company, to collaborate on the research and development of eye-tracking technology. This technology will provide a more in-depth look at how individuals behave.
Since its inception, the Mobalytics platform has expanded to include support for five different games developed by Riot Titles. League of Legends, VALORANT, Teamfight Tactics, and Legends of Runeterra are the names of these video games.
Mobalytics and Overwolf are Collaborating to Increase the Number of Features Available to Better Compete
Mobalytics, which is a platform for analytics and coaching, recently made an announcement on a contract with Overwolf, which will result in the integration of the data company's tools for improving player performance into Overwolf's in-game platform. This will be possible since Mobalytics is a platform that combines coaching and analytics.
Mobalytics will be able to make use of the infrastructure that Overwolf already possesses, such as in-game overlays, as a result of this agreement. The data company believes that by putting in place this infrastructure, they would be able to develop new games and add features more quickly.
Mobalytics is currently compatible with only five games, Riot Games being responsible for the development of four of those games. In comparison, Overwolf is currently compatible with over a thousand different games.
Mobalytics is extending its support for Lost Ark, and the company's solution for Destiny 2 is scheduled to become live in the early year 2023. The company would like to expand its support for additional games because it believes that its analytical guides and overlays may be of the most assistance to players in those games.
According to Amine Issa, co-founder of Mobalytics, "Overwolf's infrastructure will allow Mobalytics to be more flexible and add more titles more quickly than they were able to in the past." "It will also provide us with more stability, allowing us to reach players using a variety of different gaming configurations,"
If Mobalytics can operate on less powerful personal computers, the company will be able to expand its customer base significantly.
Mobalytics has a significant emphasis on esports. Issa has a history of working for Riot Games and competing professionally in esports. Both T1 Esports and aXiomatic receive support from the data firm, which also has financial ties to both organizations (parent company of Team Liquid). Additionally, the organization collaborated with Riot Games to host amateur competitions in League of Legends across North America in 2022.
On the other side, Overwolf has made an effort to appeal to a more general readership. The all-in-one platform provides players with the assistance they need to access the user-generated material, mods, and private servers that they prefer. Overwolf is able to assist creators in multiple ways, one of which is by providing a means for them to profit from their work. Recently, Overwolf reached a significant agreement with Electronic Arts to integrate their search tool for user-created content into the Sims 4 game.
Overwolf will be able to provide its users with new features that make it more competitive, and Mobalytics will be able to reach a greater number of people as a result of its collaboration.