How is virtual football programmed?
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Computer-generated football is actually a combination of real-world simulations and RNG technology. For example, in layman’s terms, this means that a team such as Real Madrid would rank very high in the virtual football ladder. In contrast, FC Osasuna would rank much lower. Returning to the lottery draw analogy, the team of capital would get more ‘lottery balls’ than the other side. This would equal higher chances of winning, but only in theory. The Los Blancos might not win if RNG technology doesn’t pick their ‘lottery ball’.