Artificial Intelligence

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This company is using AI to track players’ inputs and detect bots, boosters, cheaters and smurfs in games like Valorant, aims to go beyond traditional anti-cheat setups like Riot Vanguard

An AI start-up company has completed a test where it tracked almost 30,000 Valorant players to help better combat cheating in competitive games. Anybrain, based in Portugal, started providing services to game studios and esports organisations in July 2021, following investments from Trust Esport, Hovione Capital and Eggnet Capital. It recently worked with Sweden-based competitive gaming platform G-Loot to help spot cheating player behaviour, and says it plans to integrate its AI tech into 20+ other games following a “very successful” test in Valorant. Continue reading This company is using AI to track players’ inputs and detect bots, boosters, cheaters…