Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become a useful tool for gamers and developers alike. For example, many players are demanding coaching apps, which are based on AI. AI can help improve tournament organisation and player engagement, provide valuable insights for sponsors, and streamline betting and wagering processes. There are endless possibilities of AI technology to revolutionize the online esports tournament space.
AI is widely seen as having the potential to bring about significant revenue opportunities in the next decade. AI’s ability to automate repetitive tasks, make smart decisions, and analyze large amounts of data faster than humans, makes it a valuable tool for businesses across various industries, including gaming and esports.
The digital landscapes in esports generate a huge amount of data, in a way that no other sport can. This gives AI a huge advantage for analysis and prediction.
AI and machine learning will help corporations to further develop their Smart AI Tournament Systems and will facilitate the running of online esports tournaments in a much more straightforward and effective manner. This can help reduce administrative overhead and increase the number of tournaments offered on different platforms, further increasing user engagement and driving revenue.
AI algorithms will generate the fairest and most competitive tournaments possible, in real time. These algorithms will consider player performance, past tournament results, and various other factors to craft optimized schedules, matchups, and pairings.
As for games supported by AI, here are some:
- The Last of Us
- Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist
- XCOM: Enemy Unknown
- Halo: Combat Evolved
- Rocket League
- Google Quick Draw
- Red Dead Redemption 2
- Grand Theft Auto 5
- Middle Earth: Shadow Of Mordor
- AlphaGo Zero