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4-16-2009 @ 3:15PM
This seemed weird and slightly suspicious from the onset. What was their business model? Ad revenues pay for game cards and overhead? Whatever. I'm a little surprised Blizzard shut them down. Bad publicity would be my guess: a website that pays players when the servers are down implies servers are down quite often, and that scares off customers. Aside from the hyperextended maintainence, our server has been nice and stable.
4-16-2009 @ 3:30PM
>Ad revenues pay for game cards and overhead? Something like that yes. Much the way AllAdvantage worked back in the day.A difficult model to sustain, but then it's work for television for the past 60 odd years.
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