Aim Lab, a shooting game training platform, has established a multi-year agreement with Ubisoft. Rainbow Six Siege esports will use Aim Lab as their official player development platform. In the first year, the company will be a global partner for the R6 pro circuit and will be highlighted on broadcasts. Aim Lab will be more directly integrated into broadcasts in the second year, by presenting player statistics.
Aim Lab was created as the ultimate training solution for first-person and third-person shooter players, combining cutting-edge performance tracking and analytics with artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve players’ skill and speed.
Aim Lab has duplicated Rainbow Six Siege physics, including player movements, weapon recoil, and game settings, to enhance the way players train and learn new abilities, starting with gray box copies of the popular competition levels Oregon and Clubhouse.
With additional assignments and tools that help teach specific abilities like recoil management, entry fragging, and more complex ideas beyond just aiming and firing, Aim Lab will continue to offer new opportunities for players to take their talents to the next level and prepare for ranked matches.
Aim Lab users will be able to receive in-game incentives in Rainbow Six Siege, such as an exclusive Aim Lab skin, by completing specialized training programs during the partnership. The partnership’s integrations will be available for PC this summer, with console connections following later in the year.
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