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  • Maulclaw wrote: »
    LancerJiva wrote: »
    > @Maulclaw said:
    > It's the fine the way it is. EU players need a stable timetable.

    Then play on the EU server that’s why it’s there.

    No thanks. No need to be chauvinist as that won't get you anywhere. In case you haven't noticed, there's plenty of EU players playing EME's version of the game. Hell, there was a mass exodus to TR a few years ago after GF screw ups.

    Foreign players are a small minority, events should be catered to NA time zones.
  • teralover123teralover123 ✭✭✭
    edited March 3
    Body is 10 characters too short.
  • JXG4WWHCMA wrote: »
    jrtseven wrote: »
    Maulclaw wrote: »
    LancerJiva wrote: »
    > @Maulclaw said:
    > It's the fine the way it is. EU players need a stable timetable.

    Then play on the EU server that’s why it’s there.

    No thanks. No need to be chauvinist as that won't get you anywhere. In case you haven't noticed, there's plenty of EU players playing EME's version of the game. Hell, there was a mass exodus to TR a few years ago after GF screw ups.

    Foreign players are a small minority, events should be catered to NA time zones.

    Non USA players are majority by far. Talking about Latin Americans, but USA players are the ones that spend "dollars"
    N/A shouldn't care for what EU or LAN/LAS players want, because pesos are not worth that much.

    They are not the majority.
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