Chilli.2976 Posted January 5, 2018 Share Posted January 5, 2018 I personally feel like the current system for decay and games played required is too soft and targets casual players. If someone needs to play 15 games every week and lets say a game is on average 10 minutes, you are only playing 2 and half hours on average per week. This is too much of a casual threshold, if your serious about the "competitive scene" you will be playing more than 2 hours a week on average. I feel games played should be increased by 30 each week as opposed to 15. Most people say that PvP is dead but I don't agree with them, most people just don't play because they are camping their rating and only playing 15 games per week then only playing unranked and tournaments. Decay is also to soft and needs a look at, not playing a game for 72 hours is bullshit, if your serious you will be playing a game each day. I believe decay should be reduced to 48 hours and upon playing a game while you have decay you should not receive any positive rating towards the leaderboard. This should prevent people from camping their rating and playing at the last minute to steal spots on the leaderbaord. Having said that you will still receive negative rating with your decay, this will definitely prevent some people only playing the minimum games required. Finally decay should start at 100 per day and reduced by 50 for each game played, so you will need to play 2 games for every 100 decay to remove your decay. If you win any games while on decay you will not receive any normal rating for winning, though your decay will be removed.Summary:Increase decay starting from 48 hours.Decay starts at 100 per day.Decay reduced by 50 per game.Player does not recieve postive rating for winning a game while on decay.Player receives negative rating for losing a game on decay.Minimum games required per week starts at 30. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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