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2-17-2009 @ 9:15PM
I doubt I even need to say this, but yes, there is no relationship between us and them other than I find their idea very interesting and think their story is newsworthy.I still don't know if I'd sign up for the site -- predictably, since they're no longer charging for the service, the "payouts" are much less. But I think it's an interesting idea -- to try and run a third party service for downtime compensation. In theory, downtime compensation is a win-win for everybody -- players, Blizzard, and the company that learns how to make a profit off of it.But I'm not deaf (or blind, obviously) -- I hear your feedback. Unless they make any other major changes (or suddenly announce they've been sued by Blizzard or something wacky like that), we probably won't be posting about them again.
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