Aim Lab goes mobile with new app

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Aim Lab, an FPS training tool developed by Statespace, has announced the launch of a mobile app for both Android and iOS devices.

Building on the rising popularity of mobile esports, Aim Lab’s new app allows its users to create presets for CoD Mobile, Apex Legends Mobile, Free Fire and PUBG Mobile prior to jumping into training scenarios.

Aim Lab is a company that allows players to train their aim through multiple exercises. Both the PC and mobile applications consist of different FPS-themed scenarios in which players practice with different weapons to improve their game mechanics. The application was initially released for PC in late 2018.

The beta version of the well-regarded aim training tool is available now, however, the developers noted that there still might be bugs in the software itself.

The last 12 months have seen Aim Lab develop its brand quite significantly. The company has secured partnerships with both the Call of Duty League and the VALORANT Champions Tour, as well as Ubisoft for its shooter Rainbow Six Siege.

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In addition, the tool’s parent company Statespace received an investment earlier in 2022, with Riot Games taking a minority share in the company. During that announcement, Aim Lab stated that the training tools will eventually bleed into other game genres, not just FPS, with the company placing a strong emphasis on League of Legends.

The news of Aim Lab Mobile comes just days after its biggest competitor, 3D Aim Trainer, was acquired by hardware brand SteelSeries. There certainly is a market for training tools, and Statespace is seemingly using the momentum that mobile esports has all over the world to grow its user base.

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.