“The esports betting market is still in its infancy. One of the main goals for Abios is to help companies by providing live and pregame data, statistics and probabilities. Being able to access WINNERS League’s server data is expected to generate great value for many of our clients.” Oskar Fröberg
November 06, 2019
WINNERS League has entered into a partnership with Abios to share in-game data from WINNERS League Season 3.
The partnership will see Abios observers added to WINNERS League games in order to track the performances of competing players. This ranges from kills and deaths to weapon usage details and round-by-round damage output.
“With Abios having access to our tournament data, we’re positioned to take our competitions to the next level. Each season the level of teams and the fan base grows. The matches are incredibly entertaining and competitive and we’re proud of the broadcast that we serve to our viewers,” WINNERS League’s Nick Gorbunov said. “Having a complete record of stats and performance is important in both sports and esports. Everybody only stands to gain from this partnership, from the teams themselves, to CSGO fans, to service providers.”
WINNERS League operates Counter-Strike: Global Offensive competitions in both North America and Europe, with the goal of providing new opportunities for up-and-coming talent.
WINNERS League hosts competitions for teams at all professional levels starting with the open Starter Division for new talent and the more serious Main Division for better-seasoned competitors. At the top is the Invite Division, which features established teams from each region playing at the game’s highest level. WINNERS League offers aspiring pros a pathway to competing against major opponents by allowing strong performers to climb up from one division to the next division in the following season.
This partnership with Abios will offer an early statistical look at some of the new talent rising through CSGO’s ranks and how they stack up against established competition. It will also allow betting operators to provide live odds on WINNERS League matches, further driving engagement with fans.
“The esports betting market is still in its infancy and one of the main goals for Abios is to help companies by providing live and pregame data, statistics and probabilities. Being able to access the server data from WINNERS League is expected to generate great value for many of our clients,” said Oskar Fröberg, Abios CEO.
Abios provides an industry leading esports API that tracks data from a variety of titles including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, and League of Legends. Founded in 2013, Abios works with companies and clients from all over the world, focusing on everything from betting to media. With seven years in the industry, Abios is the oldest and most reliable data provider in the marketplace, offering an established distribution platform to clients in more than 20 countries. Their statistics can be used in a variety of ways at both the consumer and business level.
The partnership between WINNERS League and Abios will encompass all of WINNERS League Season 3. The WINNERS League regular season is currently underway, with playoffs beginning in January 2020. Competing teams include eUnited, Besiktas Esports, INTZ Esports, and Team LDLC.
WIN is an esports company founded by esports enthusiasts, offering three main products.
WIN.GG, an esports media platform featuring editorial content, a database with thousands of player and team entries, and live scores and schedules that allow users to track the latest competitions in real time.
WINNERS League is a competitive league that is based on the FACEIT platform.
WINNERS.bet is a sportsbook built from the ground up for esports and its audience. It is the aim of WINNERS.bet to provide a gaming experience that is better suited to esports customers than any other in gaming.
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