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going active - Mon Jan 31, 2011, 11:29 PM
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Ok - So I sent 100.00 to PS and I got my 20 FPP's so what is next??? When and how do I go active from here???
 
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Mon Jan 31, 2011, 11:31 PM
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Ok - So I sent 100.00 to PS and I got my 20 FPP's so what is next??? When and how do I go active from here???

YOU DON'T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING

GOOD LUCK

 
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Mon Jan 31, 2011, 11:48 PM
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Ok - So I sent 100.00 to PS and I got my 20 FPP's so what is next??? When and how do I go active from here???

Do you have 20 FPP's or 20 VPP's? They accumalate at the same rate but are NOT the same thing.

Click on your cashier box in the main PStars lobby,then click on VIP Status. Before Midnight it wil list your VPP's garnered for January,after that it will reset to zero. Your FPP's do NOT reset,they are there to be used,either to enter FPP buy-in tournaments (look under the VIP and Satellite tabs) or for other uses,such as to trade for merchandise in the VIP Store. Until you use your FPP's they always are thereand increase until you deplete them though use.

As to the VPP's,these are what determine your active status in the Skill League. You need to acquire 20 VPP's or more EACH month to be active for the FOLLOWING month---20 in January for February,20 for February for March and so on.
 
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Mon Jan 31, 2011, 11:50 PM
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i always wondered why they were called 2 different things..
 

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