Esports data provider Esports Charts has extended its partnership with team-owned CS:GO league Flashpoint for its 2021 season.
The partnership, which builds upon a relationship between the two companies forged in 2020, will see the analytics firm continue to provide Flashpoint with data and statistics to analyse its broadcast performances.
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Artyom Odintsov, CEO of Esports Charts, spoke on the partnership in a release: “We are pleased to renew the partnership with Flashpoint. We strongly believe that the next Flashpoint seasons will strengthen their position in the esports market, and we, as usual, will continue supporting them with our analytical data.”
At the beginning of this year, Esports Charts unveiled a data partnership with The Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC), followed by India-based esports agency Irony Inc.
The company has previously established similar agreements with Astralis, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Fnatic and Team Liquid, among others.
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Christopher Mykles, FLASHPOINT Commissioner, added: “We’re excited to work with Esports Charts again in 2021. They provide industry-standard analytics that we use to track our growth and attract partners for Flashpoint.”
Flashpoint 3, the third season of CS:GO tournaments for the league, kicked off May 10 and will run through May 30. Flashpoint organiser B Site, extended its efforts in August to include Riot Games’ VALORANT, hosting the Pop Flash tournament.
Esports Insider says: Since 2020, Esports Charts has been fairly busy establishing new partnerships and exploring markets worldwide. This year, the company continues its endeavours, ultimately helping the industry to understand viewership performance and the latest trends.