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4 leagues in leaderboard "PSO Skill League" - Tue Jun 19, 2012, 01:43 PM
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Why are there 4 different leagues to view in the leaderboard when there are only supposed to be three? They are "Premier Skill League", "Premiere Skill League Qualifier", "Open Skill League" and "PSO Skill League". The one I'm curious about is the one called "PSO Skill League". It shows 5700 players. The Open skill league has 90000 players so it's not a duplicate of that and premiere has 1200 players. Qualifier has 4500, so I thought it might be a combination of qualifier and premiere but the numbers don't add upp (at this moment 5785 vs 5758).

So what is this PSO Skill League?

 
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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 01:45 PM
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the PSO skill league was a league before black friday, that doesn't exist anymore... but the standings from when it was played, are still in there.

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Tue Jun 19, 2012, 01:47 PM
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Why are there 4 different leagues to view in the leaderboard when there are only supposed to be three? They are "Premier Skill League", "Premiere Skill League Qualifier", "Open Skill League" and "PSO Skill League". The one I'm curious about is the one called "PSO Skill League". It shows 5700 players. The Open skill league has 90000 players so it's not a duplicate of that and premiere has 1200 players. Qualifier has 4500, so I thought it might be a combination of qualifier and premiere but the numbers don't add upp (at this moment 5785 vs 5758).

So what is this PSO Skill League?

It is the just previous single PSO league incarnatiion - before the post- Black Friday reorganisation and introduction of the two-tier Open/Premier Leagues along with the Qualifier in August 2011.

Ed from Edinburgh - EdinFreeMan
 

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