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What is the greatest amount of supporters you have gained at one time?
How many spokeman did you have at that time?
Is there a max on the amount of supporters you can gain at once?
Is there a max on the amount they pay to become a supporter?
How is it defined how much a supporter pays to join?and why does it fluxuate so much?
04-24-2003, 01:14 PM
3) I don't know
4 & 5) I didn't think there was any difference...I thought that there was a fixed price and all new supporters paid that to join. In the US I thought it was $30.
04-24-2003, 01:41 PM
Yeah, it never changes from $30.
04-24-2003, 02:30 PM
bbor, are you refering to the sponsors money amount you get every week?
I'm pretty certain that the number of people that sign on to your fanclub only depends on if you won or not in your last competition game and to your supporters level (although this might be important only for the crowd number at home games). I won my league game 7-0 this week. 14 fans signed on on Monday. Played a friendly on Wednesday (won 4-1 but I think it wouldn't have mattered). 14 others signed on today.
Your sponsors money depends on your sponsors mood and the number of spokeperson you have on staff... Or so I would think.
04-24-2003, 07:23 PM
Most I've had was 14 with 3 spokespersons.
There's apparently a softcap on the size of your support club based on your division. Perhaps one of the experts can give us an idea on the numbers. Once you reach this number, your new supporters flow start to slow down.
US$30 per supporter so, y'know, roughly CA$750. Oh, wait . . . this is Hattrick, so it's CA$60. :)
Your spokespeople keeps the mood better so you have a better chance to draw new supporters.
04-24-2003, 07:49 PM
One thing I read on the conference, was that the more supporters you have, the harder it is to get them in big chunks.
Like before I had 1000+, I would get 14 supporters after every win. Now after a win I get anywhere from 3-9.
I can get 15 after a win.
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