When the contest is live, we want to see our projected score to compare against others.
how exactly does this work...yesterday i had teams with an 80 point difference on projection with none even in play.. what is your algo on this @DS
@Instorgata: can you clarify if you had all your players completed or some yet to play and seeing the 80 point difference?
@Draftstars: it was sunday, the eagles v bris game was live..i had 6 teams in the 2 later games (no eagles,bris players) which had not started and the difference between the best and worse projected of those with 9 players not yet started was something like 627 v 708 from memory. really they should all be within a few points because all teams were over 99k used salary. can you please clarify how you calculate projected scores? with no one yet in play? is it a basic x salary left? would be terrible if you added your own projection for each individual player..which is why i asked the question coz 80 points is a huge difference.
This should have been done from the start. It is a lot more interesting being able to kinda see where you stand. And obviously the ability to sort by projected score.
Hurry up and do it - how hard can it be? You have made the multi game contests incredibly uninteresting.
@Draftstars What @Cmiggles33 said. Trying to sweat any multi game slate is fkn garbage. It was the most interesting part of your platform, and it's a shit experience without it. Where are you at with it?
@Draftstars Are projected scores likely to be implemented for round 13 games? I found myself barely interested in following the results of each of the multi-game slates because you really have no idea where you stand until the last 5 mins of the last game.
I've always thought site projections aren't that great. maybe just make it an unbiased projection which correlates too player salary. i.e. 8x a players salary 10k = 80. that way we know what punters have x amount of salary to come. or something along those lines?
@Instorgata: That's what it already was before! It assumed all remaining players roughly 8xed, and divided by the time remaining.
@Instorgata: I could be wrong, but I thought the projection was an unbiased projection correlated to a player's salary and game time remaining. I think it was around 6.8x (maybe 7x?). It makes the sweat of each contest that much more interesting. Hard to get engaged in the contest until the 2nd half of the final game on the slate in it's current form.