Vision Strikers announced on July 1st that they have partnered with Aim Lab, a prominent FPS/TPS training program, as their official FPS training and analytics platform. This partnership lists Aim Lab as Vision Strikers’ third official partner, following Mugong Cutlet & Kitchen, and the most recently announced YES24.
Developed in late 2017 by neuroscientists at Statespace, Aim Lab offers a complex AI analytics system that meticulously evaluates users through their cognitive abilities. It also provides data for measuring player performance in competitive esports outside the conventional kill-death ratio, which is often heavily looked upon to base a player’s talent.
Soon-woo “ARGENCY” Kwon, coach of Vision Strikers stated, “I appreciate this great opportunity to develop and improve our players’ skills further with Aim Lab’s innovative tools and technology. With Aim Lab, we will continue to work and challenge ourselves as we aspire to become the best team in the world.”
As the first professional Korean esports FPS team to establish a partnership with Aim Lab, Vision Strikers is in plans to work meticulously to globally market their newfound partnership, as they head into Valorant Champions Tour Korea Stage 3 for a chance to compete on the international stage at Berlin, Germany.
Vision Strikers is no stranger to pioneering in the VALORANT scene and standing out amongst its competition. The South Korean squad won 102 straight competitive VALORANT matches earlier this year.
After over a year of competing in VALORANT without losing a single series, Vision Strikers finally lost a match to F4Q. During its 102 win streak, Vision Strikers tied with its opponent four times.
Aim Lab may be just venturing into competitive VALORANT partnerships, but its presence in gaming is well-known with over 15 million current users. Aim Lab may also look to partner with other organizations, similar to how Razer works with multiple teams in the League of Legends Championship Series.