OpenAI Five

Dota 2 OpenAI Five Defeats Over 99 Percent of Human Challengers

Earlier this month, the OpenAI Five defeated The International 2018 champions, OG, in spectacular fashion. These incredible bots didn’t even seem to break a sweat, crushing OG 2-0 in a best-of-three match. Then, the team behind the OpenAI Five announced that their bots would take on the world, inviting the entire internet to play the OpenAI Five.

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Now, after a weekend of playing, the OpenAI Five have racked up some crazy statistics playing against human challengers from across the globe. So far, the bots have racked up 10.7 years go gameplay in only a few days, defeating 99.4% of their human challengers. Making this statistic even more impressive is that there might be some teams who found a bug or way to exploit then defeat the AI, as you can see there is one team on the leaderboard that has 10 wins against the OpenAI Five, while most other teams can’t win once no matter how many matches they play.

Some very impressive statistics have been revealed, which you can check out below.

Keep in mind that the matches against these bots were only open for this weekend. It does look like Dota 2 players from across the globe were very interested to test themselves against the AI team, with 18,000 pre-registrations before this past weekend kicked off.

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What do you think about the OpenAI Five’s statistics against human opponents so far and would you play against these incredible bots as well? Let us know in the comment section below.

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