BalleBaazi Launches Player Intelligence Tool Aimed at Pro and New Gamers

Given the necessity for companies to establish a moat and a competitive edge, innovation in the online gaming sector is now obvious.

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Given the necessity for companies to establish a moat and a competitive edge, innovation in the online gaming sector is now obvious. The proliferation of smartphones, quicker access to internet, improved technology, and the introduction of digital payment apps have resulted in a significant increase in the number of users, revenue, and investments in the Indian online gaming sector.

BalleBaazi has announced the debut of its one-of-a-kind ‘Player Intelligence’ feature, in response to the expanding ecosystem and the need to continually enhance services. This feature, developed by BalleBaazi’s in-house technology team, is a step toward game-changing innovation that, the firm hopes, will establish new benchmarks in the fantasy cricket market.

Users can access to a plethora of in-depth information

The industry-first Player Intelligence tool provides users with access to a wealth of detailed information such as venue-specific performance history, fantasy point break-up, players’ form, and batting position, as well as a specialization function that detects an all-rounder.

Furthermore, it gives detailed information on issues such as a player’s performance history during a certain event and against an opponent, average fantasy points, and performance in comparison to other players.

Overall, the tool provides a detailed study of each player, allowing the BalleBaazi community to make educated and smart selections when selecting players for their fantasy cricket squad.

Real Money Gaming is one sector of internet gaming that is rapidly expanding in India. According to the EY-All India Gaming Federation (AIGF) research ‘Online gaming in India – The GST dilemma,’ the number of online gamers in India is anticipated to increase from 360 million in 2020 to 510 million in 2022, with revenues expected to reach $2 billion by 2023.

Interestingly, a rising number of players from tier 2 and beyond cities are joining online gaming, and the advent of fantasy gaming is likely to boost online gaming acceptance in smaller areas while bringing more metro customers into the fold.

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