Challengermode partners with Reely

Esports tournament platform Challengermode has announced a partnership with AI-powered video platform Reely. As part of the deal, the platform will provide automated video content to players and tournament organizers using the platform.

Daniel Evans, CEO of Reely: "We are excited to build this relationship with Challengermode to further expand our technology and services in competitive gaming. We started out as a sports content tool and quickly shifted to esports due to a clear need for content optimization. Both companies see strength content in a short form and strive to put that power into the hands of every player."

The agreement is reportedly part of Challengermode's intentions to make esports accessible to everyone. Reely analyzes content in real time before creating short form branded content for a range of disciplines including Rocket League, Call of Duty: Warzone and VALORANT.

Philip Hubner, Director of Business Development at Challengermode: "Reely's technology gives us an incredible opportunity to power tournaments on our platform. It's a highly effective way for all national, collegiate and corporate leagues hosted on Challengermode to expand their reach by providing our brand and studio partners more opportunities to interact with players."

The partnership with Reely is the third deal for Challengermode in 2022. In February, the platform entered into a four-year deal with the South Asian organization NODWIN Gaming. In addition, the platform previously merged with Yup.gg, expanding its presence in Latin America.