blog:I was curious about my valuation as a player, so I did the math.

hi, im Naoking !


It's been a hot day, how is everyone doing? I feel like I'm going to get summer fatigue, so I've been practicing while taking water. Even if you don't sweat much, your body will dehydrate if you don't drink enough water, so be careful.



Player Evaluation.


The other day, I was talking about partners at Flying Laboratory, an online salon I host. There have been a number of circumstances that have directly impacted my life, such as the price hike for this year's expedition and training camp for the Japanese national team. 。。。。


So, I felt that I had to cooperate more with my partners to manage the sports team. By calculating the evaluation value of Naomik Nakamura as a ski jumper, I did a lot of research to find out how many advertising opportunities we could provide to our partners, and how much sympathy we could get from them.


I'm going to talk about how I did it here and why the numbers are important, and I'll talk about the specific numbers and my own evaluation value in detail in the salon.


The first thing I wanted to do was to find out how the FIS World Ski Federation monetizes its operations, so I looked for any remaining documentation. I was curious about how the FIS World Ski Federation was monetizing its operations, so I looked for any documentation of this.


I wondered if I could use these numbers to calculate my current evaluation value, so I first calculated the amount of time I was on TV.


Since I couldn't measure all the games with a stopwatch, I took the average of the time spent in 10 random games and assumed that this was the amount of time Naoki Nakamura was on TV. Normally, I would have to measure all the time and check the time of his appearances on TV, social networking sites, newspapers, radio, and various other media, but since I'm running the team by myself, I figured out a rough value for now.