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Empirical game-theoretic analysis (EGTA) is primarily focused on learning the equilibria of simulation-based games. Recent approaches have tackled this problem by learning a uniform approximation of the game's utilities, and then applying precision-recall theorems: i.e., all equilibria of the true game are approximate equilibria in the estimated game, and vice-versa. In this work, we generalize this approach to all game properties that are well behaved (i.e., Lipschitz continuous in utilities),arXiv:2208.06400v1 fatcat:ove64thzjfegbia3jvfrcluh54