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4-04-2012 @ 5:45PM
I am not sure whether that is true... is it possible that that was a theory that was repeated often enough for it to become something people think is a fact?Because, if 1 mill people got the annual pass, and 300K invites were sent out, and you haven't received an invite...I dunno, it sounds unlikely that those 30% of the annual pass buyers all created their account before you.What I heard is that it is based on how soon you bought the annual pass.... which sounds more likely. I don't think it's the system they have, because not everyone of the people who got an invite had their system info in their battle.net info. I might be wrong, maybe there is an official word by Blizz on what determines when you get your invite, but I figured it was the date of when you bought the pass.
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