Mobalytics raises $11M and includes eye tracking metrics to its automated video gaming coach

Mobalytics raises $11M and includes eye tracking metrics to its automated video gaming coach

Back in 2016, Mobalytics wowed the judges at Disrupt SF with its data-based coach for the exploding competitive video gaming world, winning the Startup Battleground. The company is developing on the success of the previous couple of years with a brand-new funding round and an engaging brand-new collaboration with Tobii that utilizes eye-tracking to provide powerful insights […] , winning the Start-up Battleground. Mobalytics began with the idea that, by leveraging the in-game information of a competitive e-sport like League of Legends (LoL), they might provide unbiased feedback to gamers along the lines of how quick or effective they are in different circumstances. And last year they began an internal task to examine doing simply that, in partnership with eye-tracking hardware maker Tobii. Well, the gif compression isn’t so hot, but you get the ideaConcept the purple square indicates attention.

A post-game dashboard lets control panel know your strengths and weaknesses….

Opera Occasion closes $5M Series A for its esports-focused influencer platform

Opera Occasion closes $5M Series A for its esports-focused influencer platform

Today Opera Occasion, an influencer software service, announced that it closed a $5 million Series A. The Oakland-based startup raised the capital from brand-new lead investor Antera, with previous financiers Atlas Ventures, Everblue, and Konvoy Ventures coming along. According to Crunchbase data, Opera Occasion had raised a minimum of $1.2 million before this new round. Opera […] Opera Event is beginning with a focus on influencers in the esports market, an organisation that creator Brandon Byrne knows well. It’s perhaps best to explain what Opera Event does with a hypothetical example, developed off notes from an interview with Opera Event’s Byrne. By utilizing Opera Event, AWSAE’s fans that stream can join the group’s business world, including its sponsors to their Twitch pages, tweeting out the exact same projects and more. Opera Occasion takes a product cut of offers it lands through its sales group (25% to 30% per the company) and a small cut for offers that flow through its platform but originated somewhere else (2% to 3%). …