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Skill League NooB needs help!! - Sat Dec 28, 2013, 10:11 PM
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VaporMohawk's Avatar
Since: Nov 2013
Posts: 38
Yooo i need ur help,i hv some questions in my mind about skill leagues..I earned 110 vpps last month(nvmber) and this month(dcmbr) im plyin open league and ranked 200something ,so i think im gnna earn 5dollars and a premier ticket(correct me if im wrong) bcs im 20 plus vpp.But the thing is i ddnt earn any vpps this month(dcmbr) so it looks like im gnna play on premier league without any vpps earned.Thats where i need ur advice,do i bother play premier without any vpps? i hope u get wat im tryin to say .sry for my english cheers
 
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Sat Dec 28, 2013, 11:18 PM
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Since: Jun 2010
Posts: 4,901
Hi VaporMohawk,


Your 20 vpps from November only counts towards this months leaderboard payout schedule. Its the amount of vpps earned this month that count toward a placing in the Premier league (minimum required = 20 vpps), so you will still need to earn 20 vpps this month to qualify for next month's Premier league along with a top 500 OSL placing in December.


Hope this helps,


Joss


2 Time Bracelet Winner


 
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Mon Dec 30, 2013, 12:30 PM
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Since: Nov 2013
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Ok mate i read ur reply and today i played with my 3 dollors in zoom to get plus 20 vpp.I managed to get +20 vpp but i read some threads that some players especially +20vpp dont wanna quilify for premier league and want to stay in open bcs they say thy dont get good prizes with 20 vpp in premier.So wat i do now?im ranked 214 in open right now,and only 2 days left ,u recommend i played in ope tourneys and löse my points to stay in open?lol i think that dont count as cheating
 

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