Founded in 2017 by Alisa Chumachenko, one of the world’s top gaming experts, GOSU.AI provides its users with personalised AI-driven tools and guidance, enabling them to improve their competitive gaming skills.
In the latest development, Vilnius-based company has secured €2.5 million in funding led by Brighteye Ventures, the leading European EdTech VC. Other investors, including Toivo Annus, Skype co-founder, and other existing investors also participated in the round as well.
This news comes after the company unveiled its plans for a desktop voice assistant that actively offers tactics, strategy, and feedback to gamers as they play. Furthermore, the assistant also assigns tasks, provide motivation, congratulate achievements to the users.
It also uses machine learning to offer detailed post-match analysis with recommendations. However, it is currently in open beta and will be developed further with the community feedback.
Brighteye’s lead investor Alex Spiro explained:
Part of Brighteye’s core thesis is to invest in companies leveraging cutting-edge technologies (AI and machine learning) to improve coaching and training across disciplines via real-time feedback. GOSU.AI does exactly that, targeting the burgeoning sector of competitive gaming and esports through a live AI-powered coach,” Spiro said. “We are excited to help GOSU.AI continue to support more enthusiastic gamers and to develop just-in-time learning at a massive scale.
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