E-Sports spielen längst nicht mehr in der Kreisklasse. Die Zahl der Fans und Wettkämpfer wächst - und mit ihr der Erfolg von Startups wie Dojo Madness. Investoren gaben dem Berliner Unternehmen nun sechs Millionen Dollar für die Entwicklung seiner Coachin
Dojo Madness, a Berlin-based esports big data startup, announced today that it has raised a $6 million in funding. The company will use the money to expand its data-driven products, including its Sumo coaching apps for training League of Legends players.
Dojo Madness, a Berlin-based startup that sells analytics and coaching tools to casual and professional online gamers, has raised $6 million in a new round of financing. Setting aside the on-its-face absurdity that this is actually a thing (I am old and s
League of Legends coaching website LeagueCoaching.gg has been acquired by DOJO Madness, a company that uses machine learning to create learning tools for esports players. LeagueCoaching.gg was founded by former Team SoloMid and current
DOJO Madness, an esports big data startup have today announced the acquisition of LeagueCoaching.gg in a move to expand their data-driven offerings into the personal training market. The deal will see LeagueCoaching.gg co-founders Weldon Green and Joshua
"Esports is awash with big data sets and initially the industry will look to leverage machine learning in order to digest the mined intelligence found in player historical game records....Berlin-based startup Dojo Madness leverages big data for exactly th
DOJO Madness was featured in Red Herring's piece on the huge potential of Esports Betting: Entire business models are now thriving around the market. Take Berlin’s DOJO Madness, which raised $4.5m in funding last year to accommodate its platform, which al
Last week, esports startup DOJO Madness partnered with global leader in sports data, Sportradar. We spoke to DOJO's CEO, Jens Hilger about the partnership - you can read it here. We also spoke to Jens about wider issues in the world of esports data.
By 2020, wagering on esports is expected to reach $29.8 billion, with 15.4 million individuals placing wagers on the outcomes of video game competitions. As such, bookmakers must prepare for extreme growth in this area, equipping themselves with requisite
Sports betting data and insights provider Betradar (subsidiary of Sportradar AG) has become the first industry supplier to offer live-odds across multiple esports online and live competitions, enhancing bookmakers' current market offerings. Updating the m
DOJO Madness, an esports technology company based in Germany, has unveiled its next tool for the industry-Shadow.gg-a Counter-Strike analytics platform that its creators claim will cause a significant leap in how esports professionals currently approach p
Population 3.6 million Size 892km2 Global cities index ranking 16 The Berlin startup scene used to be all about Rocket Internet, the company-building giant (or clone factory, depending on your point of view). The company has developed a portfolio - includ