“British Premier League strengthens soccer analytics capabilities with Oracle Cloud”

The Premier League, the English football league, has announced that Oracle has been selected as its official cloud partner.

Based on cooperation with Oracle, the Premier League plans to add interesting elements to each match by supporting new in-game statistics that allow a richer understanding of vivid play in the stadium. Specifically, it leverages Oracle’s data, analytics and machine learning technologies to provide meaningful real-time statistics to billions of viewers around the world every season.

The’Oracle Cloud-based Match Insights (Powered by Oracle Cloud)’, which will be introduced and utilized at the start of the Premier League’s 2021/22 season, is a high-level view of player performance across global broadcasts and Premier League social media channels. Presenting data and statistics. In this process, machine learning models are built, and immediate results are presented based on real-time tracking data and information derived from each player in the league and thousands of past matches.

Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters said, “The Premier League is always looking for new ways to bring life to every game and strengthen analytics capabilities.” We look forward to bringing about a new level of participation.”

The key features of Oracle Cloud-based Match Insight are ▲Average Formation ▲Real-Time Win Probability ▲Momentum Measurement Tracker.

Ariel Kelman, General Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) of Oracle, said, “The meeting of Oracle’s machine learning expertise and the rich football data of the Premier League is a meaningful combination of technology and sports.” “In the meantime, data serves to discover meaningful moments and stories of each match.”

The Premier League will introduce additional Match Insight features with the opening of the 2021/22 Premier League on August 14, and will be available throughout the season. [email protected]

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