Fully Automated Online ID Verification with AI at the GoBIG League
The guiding principle in e-sports is the same as in any offline sports competition: fairness, respect and enjoyment for all participants. Yet, if one does not participate in a face-to-face competition but instead competes against others online as an e-sports player under a user profile, this can allow for disruptive behaviours never experienced in the analogue world of sports. Such as smurfing: a player opens additional accounts with which he or she competes “undetected” against unsuspecting opponents to whom the player is clearly superior, who are consequently humiliated in the unequal competition. Or the team’s success is doomed if the smurfer strays out of line and sabotages the game, but with no consequence, as the bully uses a virtual profile in which they are not identifiable. Multi-accounts are not just used for smurfing, but also for cheating, namely, cheating by means of technological hacks.
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