With the aim of ‘driving esports forward,’ Bayes Esports has strengthened and enhanced its new relationship with ESL Gaming.
The new collaboration also includes games like Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and Dota 2, but the revised arrangement would contain more ESL Gaming esports titles.
Bayes also said that the partnership would be fine-tuned with more granular data technologies in order to support a broader variety of applications.
Bernhard Mogk, SVP Global Business Development at ESL Gaming said: “We are only looking for partners who want to set uniform standards with us and to drive esports forward with high-quality technologies.
“To increase esports’ media presence, the media and other data users must get all the information they need as quickly and reliably as possible.”
ESL Gaming has already started using Bayes’ CARP parser, a tool that allows massive data sets to be retrieved and organised automatically.
This technology, according to Bayes, can retrieve far more data points of better accuracy than current parsers and enables media to view complete 2D visualisations live and throughout the game, displaying player locations and object trajectories.
CARP helping to solidify role as a global esports provider
Bayes Esports CEO Martin Dachselt added that innovations like CARP are helping the company to solidify its role as a global esports provider.
He explained: “We are able to offer an unprecedented depth of data on professional tournaments and games. Based on this, new services and products can be developed that will lead to an ever-better spectator and fan experience in esports.”