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Athstat AI: RWC 2023 Warm-up Game Predictions

We're 2 weeks out from the Big Dance in France! Whether you're a seasoned pundit, or just here every 4 years for the fun, there's a lot to look forward to. The Athstat Team and our AI Advisor models are primed and ready to bring you insights, predictions and detailed game-play analysis.

This past week we've been looking at the lead-up to the Rugby World Cup. There've been a ton of exciting friendlies, and Nyasha and Kumbi have been rolling out the analysis using Athstat Advisor in their weekly podcast, The Benchmarkers - available here: Link. So far, things have been on point with our analysis - here's how some of our predictions panned:

We had Ireland vs England at 73% to 24% win ratios using our prediction modeling. Other predictions included:

Wales vs South Africa, 37% to 60%.

Italy vs Romania, 79% to 18%

100% success rate for the Athstat Advisor this past week - and we'll have every game from the World Cup aligned with a prediction on our channels noted below.

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Check out Episode 4 of The Benchmarkers podcast on our YouTube channel

Athstat Marketplace: Introducing Sakoyisa Makata's Digital Asset

Get ready for an electrifying drop on Athstat Marketplace! We are excited to introduce the talented Sakoyisa Makata, a rising star in the world of rugby. Makata's skills were evident early on, playing for Stirling High School's first team and representing Border at the Under-18 Craven Week in 2016. He went on to join the SA Rugby Sevens Academy, where he played until 2019. His exceptional performances caught the attention of national sevens squad selectors, and he was called up to the South Africa team for the 2018-19 World Rugby Sevens Series.

In his debut match during the Las Vegas Sevens in February 2019, Makata played a crucial role in South Africa's 26–0 victory over Japan. His passion for rugby has earned him a place on various teams, including Western Province U19 and U21, where he shone in the Under-19 and Under-21 Provincial Championships.

Makata's hard work and dedication paid off when he was selected to represent South Africa at the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, where he was part of the team that won their second gold medal. This rising star's achievements are not to be missed, and you can now add his Digital Asset to your collection on Athstat Marketplace.

Don't wait, visit us now and seize this opportunity to own a piece of history!


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