Xenoglossy Obviously not. If you put paying players to compete on a side and no paying players on the other one; guessing I’m paying and you not, you and I might be first in two competitions. So, what to pay for? In any case, competitions are a little part of the event. I’m going to get about 10,000 coins (I’m waiting for things to turn hard at some point like the last event), maybe winning competitions or not might make a difference of 1,000 points, which is not remarkable I think. In any case, paying people make all this possible. There are workers, designers, programmers... How are they going to get a salary if nobody pays? People playing for free are invited people. Imagine a basket match. Some people pay $100 so they can watch the match closely, other people pay $10 so they will watch the match far back. But you say: Why don’t we divide the court in two parts. One part is for who pay $100 and other part for the rest. As a result of this, you will find people paying more far back on his part and people paying less in the first row in the other part. Does it seem reasonable to you?