Fortnite 's 3. But custom, private matchmaking is what we're really excited about. Epic Games added the new feature very quietly with this ate, and the developers have oddly remained totally mum on exactly how it works and who can use it. If you log into Battle Royale mode and take a look at the main menu screen, a curious addition now appears in the bottom right corner - Custom Matchmaking. Players have been asking for this feature since in order to run private tournaments for local - or even national - events, and now it has almost been added to the game.
To identify the matching area, we have to compare the template image against the source image by sliding it:. By sliding , we mean moving the patch one pixel at a time left to right, up to down. For each location of T over I , you store the metric in the result matrix R. Each location in R contains the match metric:. The brightest locations indicate the highest matches. As you can see, the location marked by the red circle is probably the one with the highest value, so that location the rectangle formed by that point as a corner and width and height equal to the patch image is considered the match.
Our brackets are printer-friendly and come in a couple of formats and layouts. That would be confusing and a source of problems. So the typical 7-team brackets has three rounds of games that end with a single champion. Nothing mind-bending there, but to make the tournament move smoothly, the top seed will have a first round bye. While the remaining seeds would have to play into the second round.