Get events data per player

Use this endpoint to get event analytics data per player.

Endpoint
apiv2/stats/partner/players/<PLAYER_ID>.json

This method is type of POST and will not receive any GET parameters.
PLAYER_ID is an integer ID of your player in Brid CMS.

Parameters:

Name Type Description
data[date_from] *required string Starting date
data[date_to] *required string End date
data[metric] *required string Accepted values: Events
data[filter] *required string Accepted values: all,mobile,desktop
data[results] *required string Accepted values: by day, total
data[os_browser] *required string Accepted values: All,Windows,Android,iOS,MacOS,Linux,other-os,Firefox,Chrome,Internet Explorer,Opera,Safari,Facebook,other-browser
data[event] *required string Accepted values: All, Play, Pause, Next, Previous, Playlist, Next Up

Date format should be in: "YYYY-MM-DD".

Example
<?php
require_once('lib/BridApi.php');
try{
    $api = new BridApi(array('auth_token'=>'b1437c94847d7e19268ad3bda0e46f8f6bc36f45'));
    $post = array('data[date_from]'=>'2019-08-01', 'data[date_to]'=>'2019-08-09', 'data[metric]'=>'Events','data[filter]'=>'all', 'data[results]'=>'by day', 'data[os_browser]'=>'iOS', 'data[event]'=>'Play');
    $return = $api->post(['stats', 'partner', 'players', 16590], $post);
    print_r($return);
}
catch (Exception $e){
    echo $e->getMessage();
}
?>

BridApi.php is a small library we provide in our git repository which allows you to quick-start your implementation so we advise you to use it. These examples are made with this library in mind. Make sure to substitute and use your own authorization token and Player ID when trying out these examples.