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We've created a beginners guide to Sorare!

Updated: Jan 25, 2023

Good news everyone!

David and I have written a Sorare beginners guide for, well... beginners. Our Sorare starters guide is simply called 'TheGuide'.

With the succesfull Global Cup and expansion of Sorare, we've found an influx of new players and accompanying questions.

We've researched the most asked questions about Sorare on multiple platforms such as Google, Reddit, Twitter, and others, and formulated an easy-to-read answer, without going too much into dept so it becomes too complicated.

As 2023 will be a year of changes in the Sorare football branch, we'll be keeping TheGuide up to date. Do not hesitate to share the guide with your starting friends.

Interestingly, we've also asked CHATGPT for its input on the matter. I think we can call ourselves the first collaborated human-AI-written Sorare guide.

For those who do not know what ChapGPT is, i've asked it to explain it:

ChatGPT is a machine learning model developed by OpenAI, a leading AI research company. It is a large language model that has been trained on a vast amount of text data from the internet. ChatGPT is based on the transformer architecture, which has been proven to be effective in natural language processing tasks such as language translation, text summarization, and text generation.

ChatGPT is capable of understanding and generating human-like text, making it well-suited for tasks such as chatbot conversations, text completion, and question-answering. It can also be fine-tuned for specific use cases, such as customer service, e-commerce, or language translation.

One of the key advantages of ChatGPT is its ability to understand context and provide relevant and accurate responses. This allows it to generate more natural and human-like text, making it a useful tool for a variety of applications.

It's important to note that ChatGPT is a machine learning model and it might not understand some concepts or might give an incorrect answer, specially if they are out of the scope of the data it was trained on.

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