“Creating good match schedules is very complex because there are more possible schedules than there are atoms in the universe and there is always a desire to take more factors into account when creating and choosing a schedule,” said Prof. Dr. Stephan Westphal, co-founder of Ligalytics. “Our goal is to leverage quantum computing to move past the limitations of traditional computing in order to create even better schedules not computationally practical today.”
“We are very excited to be working with Ligalytics,” said Prof. Dr Sebastian Pokutta, co-founder of Quantagonia. “Their scheduling challenges provide a great opportunity to help deliver speed and flexibility not previously possible, while helping us continue to evolve our algorithms for even more performance.”
The team at Ligalytics has been providing match scheduling solutions for major national and international sports leagues for more than fifteen years. You can learn more on their website.