Bayes has raised $6 million to provide data on the esports industry. The money came from Pohlad Family investment group, Fertitta Capital, and the Sony Innovation Fund.

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Bayes (formerly Dojo Madness) said it became profitable in 2020, driven by significant continued revenue growth year-over-year. The company oversees two Berlin-based businesses: Shadow, which develops analytical tools for esports teams and tournaments; and Bayes Esports Solutions, a co-venture with Sportradar that distributes…

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