Newbie advice needed\ What's the future of real-time VFX?

I am considering to start learning real-time VFX, but I am a bit worried about the future of the sphere. I have read some articles about machine learning shrinking the possibilities for VFX artists, but I guess it concerns mainly serious TV VFX artists. My question is: what is happening with real-time VFX - is it a safe bet for the next 10 years? Or is it a dead-end and soon less and less specialists will be needed?

I really like what you guys are doing, and I am ready to put efforts into learning. But I need to know that it will also feed me in the future.
P.S. I am from Eastern Europe and game dev looks to be growing, but I am new to this sphere, so I am asking for some help.

Thank you!

Nobody knows what will happen in the future!

The realtime vfx artist is a very demanded role right now in the videogames industry. The industry is expanding exponentially each year, and I highly doubt it will disappear anytime soon. So yeah, I’d say it’s a safe bet for you to start a career. Even if the videogames industry disappears, you could switch to the TV / film industry, a lot of principles apply from realtime vfx to pre-rendered vfx.