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  • Fandom Sports Media (FDM) has begun development of application programming interfaces (APIs) for in-game data from Valorant
  • Fandom previously announced it had completed the development of APIs for League of Legends, DOTA 2 and CS:GO
  • Since its release on June 2, 2020, Valorant has quickly been well received by streamers, esports pros and gamers alike
  • Fandom Sports Media is currently trading for C$0.15 per share

Fandom Sports Media (FDM) has begun development of application programming interfaces (APIs) for in-game data from Valorant.

Fandom previously announced it had completed the development of APIs for League of Legends, DOTA 2 and CS:GO.

Fandom Sports Media CEO and President David Vinokurov said the dynamic capabilities of the Fandom platform is enabling it to remain nimble and pivot to emerging popular game titles.

“As gamers’ tastes and preferences mature and evolve, Fandom will remain at the forefront of those expanding preferences while reducing risk arising from changing trends whilst simultaneously growing our predictive coverage universe,” he said.

Receiving live data from direct integrations through Fandom’s API’s, has allowed the company to train the live data for the prediction models and pattern recognition needed for the platform launch.

By utilising machine learning to identify the amount of actionable data, Fandom provides players the ability to interact in near real time with live streaming content in both the all ages prediction and regulated wagering verticals.

As a result of past successful API and direct to publisher integrations, Fandom has now identified and started the process to further develop API’s and integrate Riot Games’ emerging Esports title Valorant.

Since its release on June 2, 2020 Valorant has quickly been well received by streamers, Esports pros and gamers alike.

Fandom Sports Media is currently trading for C$00.15 per share, as of 12:07pm EST.

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