This is a rather odd topic but recently when playing games, mostly first person shooters, I have formed a curiosity about "Battle Projections" or the ability to predict probabilities based on in game variables.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

For example, if you were spectating a round of no respawn four versus four death match, would it be possible to use compiled data such as each player's kills and deaths and the remaining alive players to calculate the probability of each team winning?

I know they do this in certain sports, so I suppose my main question is how to go about this and what exactly I should study to learn more about it.

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