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1-16-2009 @ 11:58AM
This can't be a pyramid scheme because someone who's been a member for only a couple weeks is getting the compensation as someone who's been a member for months. In a pyramid scheme, new recruits don't make any money until they recruit new members, and there's no incentive in this program to get other people to join.That's not to say I think this idea will work. The problem is that the players that will make them money aren't going to be interested. If you're playing on a low-pop server, why would you want insurance against a server queue you never see? The demand is going to be among high-pop servers with constant server queues, and they're just going to bleed money on those. Not to mention, given the current economic conditions, I don't think people in general are going to be spending a lot on frivolous purchases, and insurance for downtime in a video game is pretty frivolous.
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