• Fandom Sports Media (FDM) has completed the addition of direct integrations to some of its leading esports titles
  • Direct integration of the company’s application programming interfaces (APIs) will create connections between its applications, and simplify data exchanges
  • Fandom Sports has already finished development on APIs for titles including League of Legends, DOTA 2, and CS:GO
  • The company is currently considering other additional game titles for possible custom integrations
  • Fandom Sports Media (FDM) is up 6.25 per cent and is currently trading for C$0.085 per share

Fandom Sports Media (FDM) has completed the addition of direct integrations to some of its leading esports titles.

Specifically, this refers to integrations of direct application programming interfaces (APIs) for in-game esports data. An API integration is the connection between two or more applications, which allows those systems to exchange data. 

Direct integration of Fandom Sports’ APIs will create connections between its applications, and simplify the data exchanges. The company has already finished development on APIs for titles including League of Legends, DOTA 2, and CS:GO. 

Fandom Sports is currently considering other additional game titles for possible custom integrations. This could create additional accretive opportunities for the company, which are yet to be explored.

Previously, Fandom Sports used third-party in-game data providers to conduct data integrations. This development will now allow the company to bypass those providers, by having secure, direct links to leading game titles. 

Fandom Sports’ CEO and President, David Vinokurov, commented on the company’s direct API integrations for in-game esports data.

“Our ability to establish direct APIs with leading Esports publishers and deliver actionable data within a dynamic real time environment will be a paradigm shift by orders of magnitude to competitive wagering services.

“Not only will Fandom be able to provide an unmatched user experience across prediction and wagering verticals, the company will begin investigating monetising our proprietary data services,” he said.

Fandom Sports Media (FDM) is up 6.25 per cent and is trading for C$0.085 per share at 1:11pm EST.

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