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RoboCup2022 underway – where to find the livestream action

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14 July 2022



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ROboCup 2022

RoboCup 2022 kicked off yesterday, and there have already been lots of competitions within the various leagues. Many of these are livestreamed to YouTube, and the recordings are available for anyone to watch.

Below are the links to the livestream (and recorded) channels for the leagues that have them.

In addition to these channels, there are also some stand-alone recordings.

Here are some highlights from the humanoid league drop-in tournament:

This video features a match between the HTWK-Robots and rUNSWift.

Find out more about RoboCup 2022 here.



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