Smart Contract Global Marketplace Transient network has partnered with leading eSports solutions provider GameScorekeeper to bring eSports data on-chain.
The partnership will help Transient enter the esports arena with its decentralized application (dApp) that could change social betting and content-driven experiences to the next level. GameScorekeeper will provide Transient with the required data for automated market creation and settlements.
With the dApp, users will be able to create their own betting markets and compete in the esports wagering industry. The Chief Commercial Officer of GameScorekeeper, Marc Burroughes said:
“We’re delighted to be working with such an experienced team and exciting business. Transient is developing a very interesting product which we’re confident will be a great success and as with all our customers, we’re committed to supporting them every step of the way.”
GameScorekeeper tracks and captures data from all major and minor leagues and tournaments in League of Legends, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Valorant, Honor of Kings, Arena of Valor, and Overwatch. Because of its close work with leading sports betting operators, it has very reliable data Transient will use for its Esports dApp’s betting engine.
It will also give Transient access to its content-driven esports data, such as player statistics and stream URLs, which is more likely to resonate with the emerging demographic of esports fans.
Transient Network CEO Beau Olson said, “Transient is excited to take another significant step in its journey into the gaming and esports community by partnering with leading esports data provider GameScorekeeper. This partnership is critical to enabling our esports app (currently in development) to provide an expansive offering to our community.”
There are over 100,000 matches covered in Gamescorekeeper’s data for this year alone with that data, Transient intends to build the “Amazon of Smart Contracts” that will allow everyday users to create self-enforcing and self-executing smart contracts for specific use cases and industries.
The decentralized ecosystem makes it possible for non-coders to create and manage their Next-Gen contracts in the digital world. Its system is built to encourage blockchain adoption in all sectors of the global economy, one of which is esports that it is about to enter with Gamescorekeeper’s help.