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league timings - Sat Mar 02, 2013, 02:15 AM
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Since: Feb 2013
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Hi royal, im new to the pso and have just qualified for the premier league I think. Will the times of the games be changed in the future, being that most of your customers should be in bed.

btw can i change my name, or is it possible to set up new account on same address and transfer my cash?
thanks
thecandyrunt
 
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Sat Mar 02, 2013, 04:55 AM
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Hi royal, im new to the pso and have just qualified for the premier league I think. Will the times of the games be changed in the future, being that most of your customers should be in bed.

btw can i change my name, or is it possible to set up new account on same address and transfer my cash?
thanks
thecandyrunt
Hello thecandyrunt,

At the moment there are no plans to change the scheduling of the Skill Leagues. Any changes to the leagues affect not just our school but all of the PokerStars poker schools and a lot of planning and communication is needed, as well as software programming to the leaderboards, so making any changes is not a simple task. I will however pass on your suggestion.

As for the change of username, I'm afraid only PokerStars themselves can help you with that as Mods like myself here at the school have no access to your personal account details, we only help out here in the Forum. You will need to contact PokerStars directly by emailing support@pokerstars.com and they are usually very quick to respond.

Cheers,

Raiser


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