Esports Charts analytical agency is tracking viewership performance of many streaming activities along with esports. Now, Esports Charts is delighted to announce a new partnership with Altibox Norway Chess - one of the world's strongest chess tournament.
“Since traditional events are going online, we’ve been tracking their viewership as well as esports. On our website, you can find data on music festivals, summits, traditional sports competitions, poker, chess, etc.
Due to the partnership with Altibox Norway Chess, we want to showcase that data is what allows chess and other traditional TV events to have a clear understanding of global online performance and hence, take advantage of broadcasting events online.”
Artyom Odintsov, CEO of Esports Charts.
As a part of the partnership, Esports Charts has provided Altibox Norway Chess with its Altibox Norway Chess 2019 tournament’s viewership analytics. Moreover, the parties have agreed to maintain the partnership in 2020.
“Chess as a sport is growing and we want to keep track of our global reach online as we are developing chess as both a TV and an online product.
Altibox Norway Chess has many viewers online from all over the world and therefore it's very useful for us to know our audience. With the help from Esports Charts we can gather information about location, language, hours watched, etc. of our viewers.”
Benedicte Westre Skog, Project Manager at Altibox Norway Chess.
In 2017, Altibox Norway Chess hosted the top ten strongest chess players in the world according to the players’ ratings. That year became historic, as it is the strongest ever 10-player tournament.