Ukrainian Mobalytics wins TechCrunch Disrupt

Ukrainian Mobalytics wins TechCrunch Disrupt

Game analytics startup Mobalytics, founded by Ukrainian entrepreneur Bogdan Suchyk and Nikolay Lobanov, won this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt.

Mobalytics has become first Ukrainian startup winning Disrupt Cup and USD 50,000 reward.

Mobalytics is a platform analyzing players’ in-game, physical and mental performance. It helps to define their weaknesses and strengths, and provides with personalized advice to improving performance.

At the battlefield, the guys presented Beta version which got the high esteem from the major technological venture companies like Founders Fund, Sequoia Capital, NextEV, Youtube, and TechCrunch.

The third startup founder is from Lebanon, so partly the winning platform is Lebanese.

Ukrainian Mobalytics wins TechCrunch Disrupt

The startup analytics tested League of Legends, one of the most popular online battle across the world with millions of active users. The startuppers tackle problem of hiring a coach for gamers, which is a quite problematic issue. Mobalytics visualizes the games analytics which is not easy to read.

Mobalytics has plans to expand to other e-sports like Overwatch, DOTA 2 and Counter Strike, reported TechCrunch.

“E-sports is an incredibly promising market, making Mobalytics an encouraging company for this space”, TechCrunch website reads.

Bogdan Suchyk revealed plans aiming at finalizing their version working hard and using the money won to present the final version at WorldChampionship.

Bogdan Suchyk is an experienced startupper, as he was a founder of motivational service and online constructor myTips for difficult interfaces. The latest won USD 75K at 500 Startup.


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