Harena Data Signs Partnership With WTFast to Accelerate Performance of Its Esports and Video Gaming Analytics Platform
Esports community aggregator Harena Data has announced a partnership with leading online gaming network solution WTFast to improve performance of Harena’s esports analytics platform GYO Score. Moving forward, the GYO platform will have accelerated connection, better stability, and online optimization using WTFast’s Gamers Private Network (GPN).
Gamers Private Network uses machine learning to automatically optimize online traffic for a stable and accelerated online gaming connection. GYO Score serves more than 30,000 online gamers and esports athletes, which provides them with high-level analytics and crucial in-depth feedback to improve their gaming skills. The network will provide GYO gamers with reduced latency, lower ping, and fewer lost packets.
“WTFast has an incredible network solution that gives our gamers and esports athletes the optimal gaming experience they deserve,” said Bill Dever, Chief Strategy Officer of Harena Data. “Using GPN will help GYO athletes enhance and upgrade their gaming experience, providing them with better opportunities to perform at a higher level and earn esports scholarships.”
“As WTFast continues to grow the market-leading global gaming network, the demand for an integrated competition and player development platform has grown,” said Rob Bartlett, WTFast Founder and CEO. “We looked closely at the Tournament platform market and found GYO Score to be the most feature-rich, data driven solution out there.”
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“This integrated product will serve the gaming industry with the lowest latency, trusted, competitive gaming and skills development platform in the industry. Our league, publisher, and broadband operator partners will now have a full-stack solution for all of their high-performance gaming needs.”
Interviews with Harena Data and WTFast are available by emailing the media contact below.
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