Final Fantasy Tactics is a bonafide basic that’s deeply embedded within the online game canon – and like all such video games, it’s been damaged aside and hacked collectively once more a zillion occasions over by a legion of devoted followers and modders. The newest mission would possibly simply be the weirdest but, although: a sequence of fights between AI combatants that you would be able to wager digital foreign money on.

FFT Battleground is a nonstop automated event accessible on Twitch. Mostly, you watch groups of 4 AI-controlled items do battle in a single-elimination event. Eight groups undergo a gauntlet to get a shot on the champion – whoever wins that ultimate match turns into the brand new champion for an additional set of event rivals to goal for.

As a viewer, you begin with a stability of 1000G tied to your Twitch account and you may wager on the end result of every match along with your fake money. At the beginning of every event, you may as well attempt to get your title utilized to one of many combatants, or spend a few of your money to decide on their class – your fighter then earns you expertise that may get you new abilities to use to additional fighters.

It’s mainly a extra difficult model of Salty Bet, the same fake betting stream constructed round hacked-together preventing video games in MUGEN.

Oh my god. SaltyBet, however it’s Final Fantasy Tactics. https://t.co/MeftrtRIZE pic.twitter.com/jKu2vCtaHh

— Zack Reese (@zackreese) January 13, 2020

If you haven’t performed Final Fantasy Tactics in a bit, the ultra-speed battles may be a bit robust to comply with – however the stream is already getting well-liked sufficient that the bots that energy it are having a tough time maintaining.

I’m concurrently sorry and enthusiastic about this opportunity to usher in much more individuals.