Saudi Arabian esports organisation Tuwaiq Esports has partnered with machine learning esports platform Pluck to establish a player development scheme in the MENA region.
The partnership will see the integration of Pluck’s machine learning academy development platform in MENA, with a primary focus on the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) area.
Pluck is a Swedish machine learning esports platform that helps esports organisations create academy teams and develop player improvement programmes.
Tuwaiq Esports is a Saudi Arabian esports organisation based in Tuwaiq and founded in 2018. According to a release, the main objective behind the partnership is to establish a “cutting-edge” educational and development programme for young gamers in the MENA region.
The collaboration seeks to develop “dynamic gamer-specific path-to-pro programmes” using the Pluck Esports Platform (PEP).
PEP uses machine learning models developed by studying tens of thousands of gamers going from amateur to professional in popular esports titles, according to the release.

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