I like Duel, and I enjoy UR's reward levels.
While I understand everyone's concern regarding inflation...overnight this is the most popular UR feature. Surpassing Happy Hour total players, surpassing rewards for New Players. And that's key to increasing total members, and encourage them to stay with their UR apps daily.
Clintz is a huge problem, I get that. However, a new players looks at DJ Korr Cr
and knows they'll never reach that through casual play. But handing out the equivalent of 1 free Common Pack
(worth 7 Credits) will impact the game (positive/negative?).
If you are worried about low cr@p cards dropping to 50Clz then why didn't you do something when they dropped to 100Clz? Also, the playable Commons like Archibald
will get snatched up and resold for profit. ie. Archibald
was 750Clz before Duel, and dropped to 489Clz this morning but before I could buy, these were all purchased and reposted at 790Clz.
Look familiar? Market manipulation works both ways and as long as there's money to be made and investors want to protect their assets then good commons will retain value.
* But my first point is that New Players benefit most and encourages them to return daily. That's worth UR's ROI for their company because honestly there's too much smartphone / gaming options out there and the more players that sign up means UR will remain a viable business.
Real money is more important than video game money (Clintz).