On Thursday, Fandom Sports Media Corp. (OTCQB: FDMSF) finished trading at $0.2000, a slip-up of -0.50 percent. Over the past day, the Fandom Sports stock has traded between $0.2000 and $0. 2167. With a monthly volume average of over 239.71K shares, FDMSF stock fell nearly -4% last month. Despite enabling Valorant and 10 other leading titles, FDMSF stock fell.
What titles have FDMSF added?
Fans of Esports are being targeted by Fandom Sports by developing and deploying a web application that runs instantly on Android and iOS mobile devices. FDMSF’s Unified Information Access platform supports multilingual interfaces and operates in a private cloud.
In addition to betting and predictions, Fandom’s platform aims to launch the global Esports prediction modeling and regulated betting platform globally. Using purpose-built data interaction, FDMSF delivers interactive Esports entertainment to Super Fans.
Fandom Sports yesterday announced its Unified Information Access (“UIA”) platform will offer actionable wagers and predictions to several titles.
The titles enabled by FDMSF include leading games like:
- Rainbow Six
- Call of Duty
- Warcraft 3
- Rocket League
- StarCraft 2
- StarCraft BroodWar
- King of Glory
- World of War Craft
What FDMSF announcements have already been made?
In a previous announcement, Fandom Sports announced that the API for League of Legends, DOTA 2, and CS: GO is complete. The FDMSF team can train the prediction models and pattern recognition needed to generate dynamic wagers and predictions as well as system-generated reconciliation based on the newly developed game titles. Machine learning in Fandom Sports (FDMSF) is a superior method over static predictions made by competing wagering and predictions platforms that depend on human judgment.