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Who believes that MOST that posts replies suggesting "keep practicing..you'll get better", "use this strategy and your game will elevate", etc. are likely SDS employees or have some vested agenda to keep people immersed in this game?

I would admit there are prob a few out here that truly believe they are really good and hours played made the difference for them. I would not try to discourage this belief. Just like I would not try to discourage a 4-year old from believing in the tooth-fairy or Santa.

SDS

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

SDS

I think there is a 0% chance that SDS is employing undercover forum users to convince people to practice more.

SDS

Now you probably will think i work for SDS but, If you're really serious, what works for me is putting on headphones(no sound) and eliminating all distractions.

SDS

@SpudXpert27 said in Who believes this:

Now you probably will think i work for SDS but, If you're really serious, what works for me is putting on headphones(no sound) and eliminating all distractions.

Oh is that how you practice while sitting in your office at the SDS headquarters????????????

SDS

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

SDS

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

The vast majority of players don't visit a site like this, so no, creating an "illusion" on this forum doesn't keep the game from "failing"

SDS

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

If you honestly think that the code decides the outcome in this game then why do you play it? NOT a rhetorical question. Seriously guy. If you honestly believe this game has some sort of nefarious comeback logic programmed into the code that completely takes the game out of your hands, then why are you wasting your time playing it (and then wasting even more time whining about it on the forums)?

SDS

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

Who believes that MOST that posts replies suggesting "keep practicing..you'll get better", "use this strategy and your game will elevate", etc. are likely SDS employees or have some vested agenda to keep people immersed in this game?

I would admit there are prob a few out here that truly believe they are really good and hours played made the difference for them. I would not try to discourage this belief. Just like I would not try to discourage a 4-year old from believing in the tooth-fairy or Santa.

I believe the people who say "get better" or anything to that effect are the scrubs that play this game.

Now before anybody decides to get on my case for saying that, let me just say to you, "...get better."

SDS

I don’t believe this at all. If you bought the game SDS made their money already. I havnt spent a dime more than price of the game and I Play, visit this forum, and flip on the market hours a day. Maybe I’m missing something but I don’t see how SDS is making money off of me since March when I dropped that initial $60 and they have my full gaming attention 10 months out of the year. If anything I think this forum takes money from SDS because all there is to learn on here is how to generate a stupid amount of stubs without shelling out cash and also that buying packs with those stubs is like lighting them on fire. Before I found this forum I spent all my stubs on packs and I felt like I would have to pay money to get specific players I wanted. Now I’m 100 confident I can get any player I want, when I want without buying stubs, packs or anything. If This conspiracy were true it would be the most incredibly ignorant allocation of company resources in my opinion

SDS

We really do love in a fact-free and conspiratorial society. Hello, Q.

SDS

@SchnauzerFace said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

If you honestly think that the code decides the outcome in this game then why do you play it? NOT a rhetorical question. Seriously guy. If you honestly believe this game has some sort of nefarious comeback logic programmed into the code that completely takes the game out of your hands, then why are you wasting your time playing it (and then wasting even more time whining about it on the forums)?

I don't play it. I quit playing it a couple weeks ago. I feel a responsibility to show solidarity with the others on this forum that like to remind everyone this is an RNG. All the promoting and marketing and talking up the next great challenge, and debating who the best catcher is.....it's all BS.

Just need to keep the coalition of skeptics strong. Otherwise the naïve and young will be brains washed with no opportunity to get the real scoop. It's important.

SDS

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@SchnauzerFace said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

If you honestly think that the code decides the outcome in this game then why do you play it? NOT a rhetorical question. Seriously guy. If you honestly believe this game has some sort of nefarious comeback logic programmed into the code that completely takes the game out of your hands, then why are you wasting your time playing it (and then wasting even more time whining about it on the forums)?

I don't play it. I quit playing it a couple weeks ago. I feel a responsibility to show solidarity with the others on this forum that like to remind everyone this is an RNG. All the promoting and marketing and talking up the next great challenge, and debating who the best catcher is.....it's all BS.

Just need to keep the coalition of skeptics strong. Otherwise the naïve and young will be brains washed with no opportunity to get the real scoop. It's important.

For the record, if you believe baseless conspiracy theories you’re not a skeptic. You’re gullible.

SDS

@eatyum said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

The vast majority of players don't visit a site like this, so no, creating an "illusion" on this forum doesn't keep the game from "failing"

How in the world can you make that assessment? The vast majority? C'mon you know you pulled that straight out of your

SDS

@Redd666ish said in Who believes this:

I don’t believe this at all. If you bought the game SDS made their money already. I havnt spent a dime more than price of the game and I Play, visit this forum, and flip on the market hours a day. Maybe I’m missing something but I don’t see how SDS is making money off of me since March when I dropped that initial $60 and they have my full gaming attention 10 months out of the year. If anything I think this forum takes money from SDS because all there is to learn on here is how to generate a stupid amount of stubs without shelling out cash and also that buying packs with those stubs is like lighting them on fire. Before I found this forum I spent all my stubs on packs and I felt like I would have to pay money to get specific players I wanted. Now I’m 100 confident I can get any player I want, when I want without buying stubs, packs or anything. If This conspiracy were true it would be the most incredibly ignorant allocation of company resources in my opinion

I'm wagering most of the extra money spent is in the first month after release. Everyone trying to get that early edge.

That's when cards are purchased, long before folks have gotten far enough along in the game to be stacked with diamonds through challenges and what not. SDS, likely, doubles their sales during that period.

I'm sure after the first few weeks the stubs purchasing craters.

SDS

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@SchnauzerFace said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

If you honestly think that the code decides the outcome in this game then why do you play it? NOT a rhetorical question. Seriously guy. If you honestly believe this game has some sort of nefarious comeback logic programmed into the code that completely takes the game out of your hands, then why are you wasting your time playing it (and then wasting even more time whining about it on the forums)?

I don't play it. I quit playing it a couple weeks ago. I feel a responsibility to show solidarity with the others on this forum that like to remind everyone this is an RNG. All the promoting and marketing and talking up the next great challenge, and debating who the best catcher is.....it's all BS.

Just need to keep the coalition of skeptics strong. Otherwise the naïve and young will be brains washed with no opportunity to get the real scoop. It's important.

For the record, if you believe baseless conspiracy theories you’re not a skeptic. You’re gullible.

Baseless conspiracy? ha..ha..ha..and one last ha. Whatever.

SDS

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@SchnauzerFace said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

If you honestly think that the code decides the outcome in this game then why do you play it? NOT a rhetorical question. Seriously guy. If you honestly believe this game has some sort of nefarious comeback logic programmed into the code that completely takes the game out of your hands, then why are you wasting your time playing it (and then wasting even more time whining about it on the forums)?

I don't play it. I quit playing it a couple weeks ago. I feel a responsibility to show solidarity with the others on this forum that like to remind everyone this is an RNG. All the promoting and marketing and talking up the next great challenge, and debating who the best catcher is.....it's all BS.

Just need to keep the coalition of skeptics strong. Otherwise the naïve and young will be brains washed with no opportunity to get the real scoop. It's important.

For the record, if you believe baseless conspiracy theories you’re not a skeptic. You’re gullible.

Baseless conspiracy? ha..ha..ha..and one last ha. Whatever.

Nice argument.

SDS

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@SchnauzerFace said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

If you honestly think that the code decides the outcome in this game then why do you play it? NOT a rhetorical question. Seriously guy. If you honestly believe this game has some sort of nefarious comeback logic programmed into the code that completely takes the game out of your hands, then why are you wasting your time playing it (and then wasting even more time whining about it on the forums)?

I don't play it. I quit playing it a couple weeks ago. I feel a responsibility to show solidarity with the others on this forum that like to remind everyone this is an RNG. All the promoting and marketing and talking up the next great challenge, and debating who the best catcher is.....it's all BS.

Just need to keep the coalition of skeptics strong. Otherwise the naïve and young will be brains washed with no opportunity to get the real scoop. It's important.

For the record, if you believe baseless conspiracy theories you’re not a skeptic. You’re gullible.

Baseless conspiracy? ha..ha..ha..and one last ha. Whatever.

Nice argument.

My arguments are planted all over this forum.

SDS

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Bob_Loblaw1984 said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@SchnauzerFace said in Who believes this:

@eelnirad_anglo said in Who believes this:

@Ch-76-1908 said in Who believes this:

I don't believe that. I'm a little too busy with my life to entertain fantasy conspiracy theories involving a video game.

What is your definition of "conspiracy theory"..and then compare it to what lengths a software gaming company would go to market a game.

Especially to market a game to give it the best possible posture. that it is competitive and purchasing additional cards will help you, the customer, be more competitive.

If a sports gaming company isn't able to create an online environment that creates the illusion of competition...it will fail. Who would go online and play a complete stranger KNOWING the code decides the outcome? Rhetorical question.

If you honestly think that the code decides the outcome in this game then why do you play it? NOT a rhetorical question. Seriously guy. If you honestly believe this game has some sort of nefarious comeback logic programmed into the code that completely takes the game out of your hands, then why are you wasting your time playing it (and then wasting even more time whining about it on the forums)?

I don't play it. I quit playing it a couple weeks ago. I feel a responsibility to show solidarity with the others on this forum that like to remind everyone this is an RNG. All the promoting and marketing and talking up the next great challenge, and debating who the best catcher is.....it's all BS.

Just need to keep the coalition of skeptics strong. Otherwise the naïve and young will be brains washed with no opportunity to get the real scoop. It's important.

For the record, if you believe baseless conspiracy theories you’re not a skeptic. You’re gullible.

Baseless conspiracy? ha..ha..ha..and one last ha. Whatever.

Nice argument.

My arguments are planted all over this forum.

Yes, I just read your analogy comparing SDS to a serial killer. You’ve got issues.

SDS
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