CONCACAF Nations League match
Sergino Dest of the United States attempts to drive past Alphonso Davies of Canada during the CONCACAF Nations League match at Exploria Stadium on November 15, 2019 in Orlando, Florida. Sam Greenwood/Getty Images

The Brave browser is expanding its reach in South Korea with a new partnership with the E-1 Soccer Championship. The tournament is hosted by the East Asian Football Federation (EAFF).

We are currently 6 days into the games, with the championship ending on 18 December. Brave’s role in the tournament is three-fold:

  • Providing an LED banner placed on the stadium.
  • Match forecasting using AI.
  • An exclusive Brave reward.

Here’s what each of the three represents in a little more detail.

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LED banner

The aforementioned LED banner will support the soccer teams at the tournament, with the team receiving the most votes in the first half of a match getting dedicated LED banner space in the second half.

Voters who help determine the best teams will get a chance to win a soccer ball that was used in the championship.

AI-based match forecast

Via Brave browser, fans are also be able to predict match outcomes (win/loss), using AI-11, which is basically an “AI-based win/loss prediction system”. Additionally, Brave will provide live player stats during playtime.

Brave award

Brave users can vote on “Brave” players in the tournament, with the bravest ones receiving the Brave award distinction.

Recently Brave announced the progress of their browser userbase, which has now reached 10.4 million monthly active users and 3.3 million daily active users.

In a story we did recently, we concisely covered why people should consider using Brave as their new default gateway to the internet identifying that the browser is meeting new and rapidly growing user demands.

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