Swedish esports data provider Abios has expanded its coverage of Rainbow Six with the addition of more data points and live data feeds.
Abios will use machine learning algorithms to watch images of streams. This, the company explained, will help determine what happens in each given match, thereby giving Abios the ability to provide data “at speeds roughly on par with public streams”.
By using Computer Vision, Abios explained that the granular data points it provides will cover “everything from diffuser plants to player operators”.
Rasmus Johns, Computer Vision Team Lead at Abios, said: “We’re happy to be able to expand our data offering for Rainbow Six. given a more granular data feed we are now able to support a variety of important projects and use cases.
“Whether a customer plans to implement up-to-date live scores or support a fantasy league, our data feeds are there to support.”
Rainbow Six Siege is a tactical shooter game developed by Ubisoft. Over the last 12 months, the title has grown in popularity, with The Six Jönköping Major boasting 121, 836 in peak viewership and Six Berlin Major reaching a peak viewership of 179 061 according to EsportsCharts.