Posted on Jul 27, 2018 | Rating Unity Tracking SDK

Analytics SDK for Unity to track telemetric-/ event data in order to make use of predictions and dynamic difficulty adjustment with

Short non-technical description: The Unity SDK is able to track event based / telemetric data from Unity applications in order to transmit them to the infrastructure to apply machine learning algorithms on the data. Once the data is tracked allows calculating the probabilities for user churn or at-risk students as well as extracting and creating gaming and learning strategies to enable dynamic difficulty adjustment for unity applications.

Technical description: The SDK is written in C# and sends telemetric data via HTTP requests to the infrastructure. To track data, credentials have to be requested from The SDK can be implemented via drag and drop, while the tracking points have to be added to the source code of the application. A manual with hands-on examples can be found in the GitHub repository.

Date: Mar 22, 2018

Language: English

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machine learning


predictive analytics


event tracking

lightweight style



google analytics


dynamic difficulty adjustment

Game development environment: Unity

Target platform: Other

Programming language: C#

Version: 1.7

Version notes: Telemetric/ Event Tracking Group Tracking User Identification Opt-Out

Development status: Completed

Commit URL:

Enterprise computing Event-driven architectures
Component Analytics

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