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denominator wrote:You're proposing a nice loophole for people to bypass the game limit for freemium players. Simply pay for one month, sign up for every autotournament, then play a boatload of games after your premium status has expired. That's not a great precedent to set.
As it currently stands, freemium players are given a 24-hour period to re-up to premium if they do not have the required open game slots to continue in a tournament, then they are removed. It sounds like your tournament was 5 games per round, which means there is no way to play as freemium. You should have received a PM and an email notifying you that you would be removed if you didn't upgrade with 24 hours, which I'm guessing you ignored.
Votanic wrote:I really think the integrity of the tournaments should get more respect, and that will only happen if playability isn't affected by changes in membership status.
Dukasaur wrote:Votanic wrote:I really think the integrity of the tournaments should get more respect, and that will only happen if playability isn't affected by changes in membership status.
You could take action on this by renewing on time...
There are some freemie-exemption tournaments that we use for special events. In general though, allowing people to stay in their tournies without renewing would simply create an incentive for people to not bother renewing.
Votanic wrote:Have status at time of sign up maintained for ongoing games and tournaments.
I signed up for some tournaments while Premium. I have since become Freemium and have learned that I will be dropped mid-tournament. This was not my intention when joining these tournaments. I assumed if I had Premium at time of joining I would remain in the tournament even after turning Freemium.
Evidently this is not the case...
I think letting people who join tournaments and other similar ongoing games remain in the games, regardless of membership status, will help Conquer Club by...
1. Allowing tournaments to fill and start faster.
2. then keeping such tournaments running in a fair and orderly manner.
Thank you for your consideration of this proposal.
2dimes wrote:What do you like about it?
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