Xsolla, a Los Angeles, CA-based video game commerce company, acquired Slemma, an advanced data analytics and visualization reporting platform.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
Slemma provides a web-based tools that allow users to create dynamic data reports with customizable dashboards. The company’s product was originally designed for small to medium-sized businesses, though it can be used by organizations of all sizes and verticals. Since 2013, 1000+ companies including Sega, Crytek, Booking.com, Kount, Treasure Data have been using Slemma to interpret their business data.
Xsolla will integrate Slemma’s product suite into the Publisher Account to provide clients with next-level data visualizations, connecting to third party tools and services including Amazon RDS, Microsoft Azure, Google Analytics, Facebook, Twitter, Zendesk, Salesforce and many more.
Led by Chris Hewish, President, Xsolla provides a video game commerce platform, powered by a Transaction Engine and Business Engine, which allows developers and publishers to market, sell, connect and optimize their games globally.
Headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices worldwide, Xsolla operates as a merchant and seller of record for major gaming entities like Valve, Twitch, Roblox, Ubisoft, Epic Games and KRAFTON.