- CS:GO league Flashpoint and analytical service Esports Charts will be continuing their partnership
- As before, Esports Charts will continue providing Flashpoint with the freshest of data
- The company’s analytics have been widely sought, helping Esports Charts establish numerous important partnerships
Esports Charts renews partnership with Flashpoint and strives to consolidate its positions.
A Mutually-Beneficial Deal Renewed
Esports analytics website Esports Charts and FACEIT-operated team-owned CS:GO league Flashpoint will be extending their partnership. The current deal covers the whole of the 2021 season.
The two parties’ conjoined efforts first began in 2020. As back then, Esports Charts will be providing Flashpoint with fresh and exact data in order to form statistics of the latter’s broadcast rates.
Flashpoint commissioner Christopher Mykles commented on his satisfaction with Esports Charts’ services:
“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 commissioner Christopher Mykles
The feeling of excitement is mutual as Artyom Odintsov, Esports Charts’ CEO, also shared his views on the extended collaboration:
“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.”
Flashpoint’s third season started this Sunday and will continue until the end of the month. Flashpoint organizer B Site will later host the Pop Flash tournament in August that will cover VALORANT instead of the usual Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Esports Charts Continues to Expand Its Offer
At the same time, Esports Charts is expanding its network of partnerships. It has dealt with Astralis, Fnatic, Ninjas in Pyjamas, Team Liquid and others. It also established two major partnerships this year, including one with The Esports Integrity Commission and the Indian esports agency Irony Inc.
It would seem Esports Charts understands the importance of partnerships in such a huge industry. Reinforcement of positions has been one of the primary goals of numerous teams and organizations. The aforementioned Esports Integrity Commission recently joined forces with Oddin, while CORSAIR and BIG shook hands once again.