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12% Stick? What Does It Actually Mean? • Shroud of the Avatar

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Through the years, Shroud of the Avatar has bled out a lot of players for various reasons like broken promises, performance issues, censorship of criticisms, pay-to-win store and a bunch of other reasons too many to mention.

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Well, it looks like Shroud of the Avatar has stopped bleeding players. You see, according to a recent post by the God of Shroud of the Avatar and I quote, "Roughly 500 - 700 new players try the game each week and of those, roughly 12% stick. That stickiness number is actually very good by F2P standards."

Of the 500 to 700 players, roughly 12% stick around to play the game but what does it actually mean because 12% of 500 is 60 and it's suppose to be a very good number.

Is the God of Shroud of the Avatar saying, the game gets 60 players every week because if that is the case then 60 players times 52 weeks is 3,120 additional players in a year.

So, the question I have now are, where are all these 3,120 players? Are they still playing? How many of those who stuck around has quit the game or stopped playing?

Saying something like 12% stick, doesn't really say anything because, at the end of the day, it hasn't really change anything. The game, even with the 12% stick, still has a very low population.

Anyway, instead of giving us vague numbers, why not just show the number of concurrent players somewhere or add a command that displays the number of concurrent players. SIMPLE!

So guys, how many sticks does Shroud of the Avatar needs to increase its very low player population? Post your answers as well as your comments, questions or reactions in the comments section below.

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