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A few month ago i started a bunch of games and was really busy for 2 months and lost all of them by timeout. There was like 90 games. To join a tourney apprently requires less than 10% timeout ratio. I have to play 900 games to get that. What should i do? I have mems so I can't scrap this account.
From memory timeouts disappear after about 30 days, maybe 90, I'm not sure. Point is, all timeouts you have disappear after that amount of time, and your timeout ratio goes with them.
Time. The timeouts score is based on the last 90 days. Just keep playing and not timing out and the problem will fix itself in time.
Other than that, too bad. You timed out in 90 games.
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