Thank you all who took part in the Artificial Overmind Challenge! It was an exciting finale, but in the end only 1 team could win. The whole team behind the challenge congratulates the winner SLUDGEMENT!

After the exciting finals, Starcraft II Word Champion Serral fought a Zerg vs Zerg against SLUDGEMENT.
This time, humanity wins!

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Serral playing against SLUDGEMENT
SLUDGEMENT
Serral
Serral playing against SLUDGEMENT
Artificial Overmind Challenge

What next?

Will there be a Season 2? The first rule of Season 2 is that you don’t talk about the Season 2.

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And one more thing. We’re always looking for developers who won’t shy away from a challenge.

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Final Rankings

  1. SLUDGEMENTZerg
  2. spuddeTerran
  3. Sharpened EdgeProtoss
  4. Team TapiiriTerran
  5. BaseTradeZerg
  6. puuliiganSuojatitProtoss
  7. LedRynxTerran
  8. TheMusZeroZerg
  9. UpriseZerg
  10. SilentBotZerg
  11. LandLubberZerg
  12. Special TacticsProtoss
  13. Drowsy DreamerRandom
  14. dubTerran
  15. SerralBotZerg
  16. MessengerBotTerran
  17. KarppoProtoss
  18. KrastparkZerg
  19. TeknoDojoZerg
  20. FinnishZergPartyZerg
  21. LarresZerg
  22. kekekekTerran
  23. Keke RoszergTerran
  24. Team OEAProtoss
  25. Intuu TarknessProtoss
  26. Team TurpakäräjätTerran
  27. koodipesäZerg
  28. OrangeBotProtoss
  29. JimmyTerran
  30. GuvnorTerran
  31. devnullTerran
  32. Kukko pärssissen kanan kostoZerg
  33. BoldMoveMrRaynorTerran
  34. HackermanZerg
  35. The Art of ConditionalsRandom
  36. Raynor's RangersTerran
  37. 8-bit-sheepProtoss
  38. The Additional PylonProtoss
  39. Carrier has arrivedZerg
  40. Red CircuitProtoss
  41. ValohaiTerran
  42. BerberBotZerg
  43. hobotProtoss
  44. Kurkkumopo RushZerg
  45. archontoiletZerg
  46. Galactic Star FightersZerg
  47. Dumb LingProtoss
  48. jarskiRandom
  49. No-pan kissaTerran
  50. Team FlateRandom
  51. FoobarRandom
  52. System AbuseZerg
  53. kekekekeRandom
  54. My Life For AuraRandom
  55. WeSmartTerran
  56. FFTTerran
  57. LimbicProtoss
  58. MinecartSuicideTerran
  59. RuukkiTerran
  60. Evil CorpZerg
  61. CuplaRandom
  62. PlanewalkerProtoss
  63. PAINProtoss
  64. AbandonedAIRandom
  65. -=MACHINA=-Protoss
  66. SabRRandom
  67. zteamRandom
  68. ColdBearZerg
  69. aoc_dummyZerg
  70. TimppaSC2Terran
  71. Terrible, Terrible DamageTerran
  72. ParabotProtoss
  73. BrInZerg
  74. Filling in the blankTerran
  75. TeppanaRandom
  76. SavihousutZerg
  77. TopekaTerran
  78. BotjwaZerg
  79. protosspirtelöRandom
  80. ERVIN AIRandom
  81. aoc_proxy_raxTerran
  82. JudicatorProtoss
  83. Rule 30Terran
  84. DK_MNTerran
  85. LaiskiainenZerg
  86. KuulRandom
  87. jamadRandom
  88. Kick_KJ201Random
  89. SoloTerran
  90. PanzerNoobRandom
  91. Macaroni PartyProtoss
  92. Safety LastRandom
  93. Cybercom FinlandProtoss
  94. My TeamRandom
  95. RazavilliRandom
  96. The FTerran

Practice Ladder Highlights

aoc_proxy vs archontoilet
themuszero vs valohai
sludgement vs spudde

Why we created the Artificial Overmind Challenge

It all began with a single developer at Reaktor who wanted to combine his love for programming with StarCraft II - the greatest strategy game invented since chess. In his spare time he created a library which would allow him (and any other developer who was interested) to build their own bots to play StarCraft II.

This idea turned out to be very popular inside Reaktor, with dozens of developers taking part in our first ever build-a-StarCraft-II-bot hackathon. Which then lead to a question. Since people seemed to like this idea, why not open up it to include any interested developers around the world?

And so the Artificial Overmind Challenge was born.

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