PLAYER57832 wrote: Darwins_Bane wrote:
PLAYER57832 wrote:It doesn't seem like too bad an idea, but I guess I don't really understand the need. I mean, if someone asks a person who is not active won't they just not join?
its related to an abuse of the invite system. basically you invite someone who is innactive and they obv wont join. but it allows you to control who is on the other team(ie noobs) rather than luck of the draw.
But they could just invite friends anyway. I am not sure why the difference. Its not like they can remove someone who joined.
Still, I don't think that the change would cause any harm.
The trick that I've seen used (and there could easily be others), is a team will start a public game, and then invite a single, inactive player to fill one of the spots on the opposing team. This keeps any other real teams from joining together, as one of the spots is reserved, so the games fill up with random people, making for a much easier win than a well-practiced team would.
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