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GamesAnalytics rebrands, offers new free-to-play analytics platform
GamesAnalytics rebrands, offers new free-to-play analytics platform
March 6, 2014 | By Mike Rose

March 6, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: Mobile game analytics firm GamesAnalytics today revealed a large-scale shift in its operations, with a major new platform launch, and a company-wise name change.

deltaDNA, as the company is now known, is a new dedicated real-time personalization and player insight platform, providing data-driven technology for free-to-play games.

The idea is that free-to-play developers can utilize the free platform to achieve better engagement with their players. Premium modules can then be added to the platform to access more in-depth insight tools.

deltaDNA is calling itself "the first second-generation analytics company," stating that it is the first company to give developers access to high granularity data in high performance databases -- essentially allowing you to undertake train-of-thought analysis and drive decisions from that insight, rather than estimating which AB tests are worth running.


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Doctor Ludos
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I guess the main reason behind the name change is the concurrent "GameAnalytics" service (http://www.gameanalytics.com/), which is a nice (and free) analytic service, although still in beta stages.

Have anyone tried this DeltaDNA/GamesAnalytics service and can offer some feedback on it?


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