T1 Entertainment and Sports (T1) has made an investment in Mobalytics, an esports analytics startup devised to improve player performance.
The companies initial focus for the partnership is on VALORANT, with Mobalytics’ previous experience in Riot Games’ other titles likely to come in handy.
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Joe Marsh, CEO of T1, spoke on the investment in a release: “All of our players, coaches, and teams across the T1 portfolio rely on in-game analytics, which is why we thought it was so important to invest in Mobalytics. We are especially excited to collaborate with the Mobalytics team to help build out new training programs for Valorant so we can continue to see talent develop and grow within Riot’s new title. ”
Mobalytics won the TechCrunch Disrupt Battlegrounds in 2016 and has multiple partnerships with games publishers. Now, as partners of T1, Mobalytics will be expanding to all of Riot Games’ titles.
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