Counter-Strike: Global Offensive visual analytics company Noesis has announced a partnership with online event organiser and esports news platform WIN.gg.
The collaboration will activate around WIN.gg’s upcoming WINNERS League Season 3 competition, starting on October 20th.
By utilising Noesis technology, players and spectators of the WINNERS League Season 3 will have the ability to “interactively review and analyze matches” in a fashion previously unseen, according to the release.
Andras Vidosits, Chief Data Scientist at WIN.GG discussed its newest partnership: “We know that using this tool will help players not only to improve themselves, but also to understand and analyze Counter-Strike: Global Offensive matches much more effectively.”
Noesis technology is said to be trusted by professional organisations such as Grayhound and Rogue – now, the same program will be available for the first time to competitors of the WINNERS League. WIN.gg users will be able to employ Noesis to observe movement patterns, utility strategies, and entry kills in a manner which allows for filtering and selecting exact rounds.
Michael Bang, Co-founder of Noesis added: “We believe that adding the power of visual analytics to WIN.gg can help bring home the message that reflection and analysis are cornerstones for the current, and especially for the next generation of top-tier CSGO players. We believe that the partnership demonstrates to fans just how dedicated WIN.gg is when it comes to being the go-to place for esports, because tools like these are critically important to the future of player development,”
WIN.gg has historically worked to bridge the extensive gap between tier one and lower esports programs – in course with these values, its WINNERS League Season 3 featuring a $50,000 (£40,841) prize pool seeks to do just that. The release teased that in the foreseeable future, WIN.gg users will have the chance to “use Noesis to access information on any competitive CS:GO game” through the company’s platform.
Esports Insider says: We love partnerships that activate in uncommon ways, and the marriage at hand between WIN.gg and Noesis seems like a match made in heaven. The CS:GO technology at hand is certainly something to be excited about, especially while being used to bolster up-and-coming communities in esports.