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Change in Season 9 Video Submissions Rule
Posted by BanditB17 on 30 Mar 2017 (567 reads)

Starting with Season 9 of MRBC, video submissions will no longer directly impact reputation and by extension leaderboard status.

PGI has agreed to provide c-bill packages to teams that upload at least 90% of their drops in a season. For a standard 10 week season this would mean uploading at least 45 drops out of 50. The c-bill packages are intended to provide incentive the individual pilots who both record and upload their videos and will be sized accordingly. The codes will be provided to the Team Leader at the conclusion of the season to be distributed accordingly. MRBC is not responsible for the actions of a team leader with division winnings or cbill packages. We hope pilots take this into consideration when choosing a team to represent.

The minimum reward for completing this requirement currently stands at 5 million c-bills, but this number may increase depending on number of videos submitted.

MRBC strives to provide a large amount of content to the competitive MWO community, from shoutcasting to team specific drop videos. We encourage teams to continue providing uploading these videos for entertainment, rule enforcement, and as a training tool to newer teams. MRBC reserves the right to change this rule in future seasons if video submissions decrease substantially.

Thank you and have fun in Season 9!

The MRBC Team


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RevisVolek
Published: 2017/4/2 15:11  Updated: 2017/4/2 15:11
Mercenary Recruit
Joined: 03/31/2016
From: Philadelphia PA
Comments: 1
 Cbills?
How many Cbills are we talking? Video submission will more then likely go down just an FYI. I see no need to submit every one if we dont need them to win. And the cbill stimulus pack will just go to the guys who records and does all the work. thats not much of an incentive at all really.