Statespace is a developer of software intended to analyze the performance of gamers. The software uses performance analytics in Esports and enables professional gamers to improve their performance and provide them data related to key areas where they need to improve. The platform goes beyond personal skill, and would allow publishers better matching during online gameplay to create a more consistent experience. As well, their Aim Lab is in a research phase for an iteration of the product focused on helping people who have had strokes to recover and rehabilitate.
Statespace was born out of a start-up competition hosted through New York University's Tandon School of Engineering called InnoVention, where the team won, in April 2017.
The Klutch Platform is a data platform developed to bring standardized gamer performance analytics and training to games and Esports. The capabilities of their Klutch platform include AI-based training, intelligent matchmaking, benchmarking, recruiting, cheat detection and educational content.
Part of the Klutch platform is the Aim Lab, which works to blend performance tracking and analytics with AI-based training to help gamers train for first person shooter games. While training with the Aim Lab, the AI-based training will analyze a users results and change the training to work on a players specific weaknesses.
Another part of the Klutch platform is the Klutch Academy, which teams up with pro Esports players and works to address topics sourced from community questions. The Klutch Academy includes instructional videos and tutorials, video explanations of results, and tips to improve.
Statespace raises $15M in Series A funding from investors that include Khosla Ventures, FirstMark, Lux Capital, and June Fund.
Statespace launches out of stealth with a product called Aim Lab.