The computer simulation of the tournament predicts the possible winners of the football tournament.
After defeating Denmark 3-2 in the postponed Euro 2020 final, the Czech Republic became the European champions, as predicted by the computer simulation tournament, which analyzed the teams and the results of the last 20 years.
The European Championships, which kick off in Rome on Friday, were scheduled to take place last year but were postponed due to a coronavirus outbreak.
The Czech Republic and Denmark have both won the tournament in the past, but few supported them to repeat it at this year’s event.
Denmark is 10th in the world football rankings, and the Czech Republic is 40th.
The company said in a statement that the simulation, developed by Sportradar, a sports data provider, used “millions of data points from the last 20 years” and was deployed in an AI algorithm to predict results.
AI algorithms not only predict the finalists, but also the outcome of another semi-final in England.
“Football is unpredictable, this is one of the things we like most about the game, but there are few fans in the Czech Republic-Denmark final.” The statement quoted Werner Becher, Regional Director for Sportradar for Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America.
“After such a long delay, the real excitement of this tournament is real among the fans. “We have used the breadth of our tournament modeling capabilities to process millions of data points over the last 20 years to identify the winning team.”
For the first time in the history of the tournament, it will take place in the whole territory of the continent, with 11 host cities. London, St. Petersburg, Baku, Munich, Rome, Amsterdam, Bucharest, Budapest, Copenhagen, Glasgow and Sicily.
“Simulated reality football matches reflect the normal conditions of the team, using historical and statistical data worth more than a decade to generate an immeasurable amount of data,” Sportradar said in a statement.
“Simulated reality allows us to model how real games will take place, how they would take place in real stadiums. “He’s such a fan.”
Portugal, which are grouped with Hungary և former winners France և Germany, are the reigning champions who won the 2016 World Cup.
A total of 24 teams divided into six groups will take part in the 51-member tournament.