AviaGames, creator of the Bingo Tour app and Pocket7Games social competition platform, on Thursday welcomed Jiangbo Tian as its Director of Data Intelligence.
The company said Tian will be responsible for the ongoing design and development of Pocket7Games’ data architecture and its associated components to support the social competition platform.
Under Tian’s direction, AviaGames reportedly will continue to advance the Pocket7Games backend architecture to support and fuel performance, as well as scaling and innovations to provide mobile gamers with an enhanced and personalized social competition experience.
According to AviaGames, Tian brings with him more than 14 years of experience with big data architecture, development and management.
Tian previously served as Data Platform Director for GrowingIO, where he was credited with building the team from the ground up. In addition to managing the development and implementation of GrowingIO’s data platform and product roadmap, Tian focused on improving data quality, system stability and efficiency of problem location and solving.
Prior to his work with GrowingIO, Tian worked for App Annie, now data.ai, where he was responsible for designing core products and architecting the offline and online data layers for its unified data platform.
“Big data is integral to enhancing skill-based gaming experiences and pushing the mobile gaming industry to new heights,” Vickie Chen, CEO and founder, AviaGames, said in a statement. “AviaGames is constantly exploring new tools and methods to tailor, augment and break barriers in social competition technology. With the goal to create an intelligent platform that learns its users to work in their favor, we warmly welcome Jiangbo’s expertise and energy to drive this initiative.”
Tian added: “Now is a fascinating time to join the mobile gaming industry and pioneer the charge to best leverage big data to augment player experience and business operations. I am pleased to be joining the AviaGames team and ushering the future of mobile gaming.”