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9-13-2008 @ 3:56PM
Christian, I am sorry if this is the wrong place to adress this, but I do not know where else to make blog requests.You see, Europe has a lot of problems currently in beta, which remain unadressed / unreplied to by Blizz. They are discriminating us in favour of American people.We have about the same amount of people in beta as the Americans, but only ONE server, compared to 3 U.S. ones.Not to mention, we get no direct replies from the developers whatsoever, which is *sometimes* answered by poor excuses like they cannot post there. But this for example could be easily solved by giving them an EU account.You can see a LOT of these complaints on the European general boards: http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/board.html;jsessionid=DED686DF9C41570FE11E8B4D856A09E5.app05_07?forumId=7555627&sid=2003My request is as following: Please make an article about this. My theory is that media attention will perhaps help us. It is at least worth a try. And since WoW Insider has become THE WoW blog site, I suspect it'll get quite a lot of attention. The main subject I would like to see is giving the Europeans an extra beta server, if not two, as it's getting quite cramped on the current server... And we actually want to test things, which is currently impossible. We're getting the feeling the only reason we got this server is just to shut us up so we wouldn't be able to complain about not getting a European beta.Thanks in advance for reading this, and I sincerely hope WoW Insider will do something with this.
9-13-2008 @ 4:30PM
While I can feel your pain and feel like this is something that absolutely needs to be fixed as soon as possible, I generally only write the weekly Mage column and the occasional bit of Mage news. We have people here that are very good at covering issues like these, but I'm not really one of them.The best way for you to bring the matter to their attention is to click the "Contact Us" link at the right side of every page on WoW Insider, then fill in the blanks there with exactly what you just wrote here. Whenever you do that, everybody on the team here gets an email with your comment on it, and which ever of us feels up to tackling the subject can then do a piece on it. There's no guarantee that it will appear on the site, but quite a lot of the material posted here comes from things sent to us by readers through the "Contact Us" or "Send us news tips" forms.
9-13-2008 @ 5:28PM
Ah, I see it now, oops... Had already been looking for it, I blame my tiredness. Thanks for the redirect, I will use that option!
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