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Eligible - Sat Feb 22, 2014, 06:37 AM
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Hello,

Seems like a silly question but i'm a little confusseled here

What makes you eligible to play in the league? I look at the leader board and some people have green ticks next to their names?

I only just started playing these games so I don't expect to be in the league or anything.

I recently played an open league 10k player game and came 24th.
Then I went to 'request tourney tickets' and found an old ticket from Mar 2013 for a premier skill league qualifier. I have no idea how it got there ?
I had a go at that and came 5th out of like 300 players.
I just noticed I have to pay 1.10 for each game. Do I ever get to play it for free?
How many games should I be expected to play to be eligible?

Thanks!!

Last edited by BlackHolden4; Sat Feb 22, 2014 at 06:42 AM..
 
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Sat Feb 22, 2014, 11:28 AM
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Hi BlackHolden4!

Everyone can play an open league game.

All PSO members can play the qualifier league (why a ticket is needed and provided to all PSO members that pass the basics quiz). These are always $1.10 and will never be free for anyone.

To qualify for prizes in the leagues, you need to play at least 5 games in a month. Once you play 5, that's what the green checkmark is for.

Good luck at the tables.

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