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Analytics platform Mobalytics has announced a partnership with Overwolf, an all-in-one platform that allows developers to create, distribute and monetize in-game apps and mods.
As part of the agreement, Overwolf will help Mobalytics improve the features and performance of its app and add new games.
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Mobalytics will use the infrastructure and resources provided by Overwolf to develop new features faster, the companies announced.
The platform will also receive stability and performance improvements to make it more accessible to players with all types of rigs. Both parties will also work together to bring more games to Mobalytics users.
Overwolf is the latest addition to Mobalytic’s roster of partners, which includes media company ONE Esports, eye-tracking tech company Tobii, esports organization Team Liquid and gaming rewards platform Playfull. In the past, the company has also partnered with esports organizations T1 and Golden Guardians.
Overwolf is very active in sports. It has active partnerships with Logitech, Intel, Cloud9, PUBG, and Twitch, among others, and has worked with Alienware and esports organization Tempo Storm in the past.
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In addition, Overwolf has launched numerous funding initiatives. Earlier this year, Esports Insider named the company the official technology partner of esports-focused pitch investment competition The Clutch, funding and mentoring the winners.
Avner Florenthal, VP of Business Development at Overwolf, commented on the partnership: “Mobalytics is an all-in-one companion app that guides gamers every step of the way with features to help before, during, after and even between games.
“We’re excited to provide the team with the tools and infrastructure needed to take their app to the next level by adding agility and features to the already robust app.”
Radina has been a freelance journalist for Esports Insider since 2021. When she’s not playing Apex Legends, she enjoys writing about tech, equality, and education in esports.