I have to admit when I first saw this was a rant thread I was a little put-off. But you did your due diligence with this. Lots of good points made. As an EU player myself, I don’t remember the last time I stopped by the EU site for anything other than buying a Kiss Me It’s My 30th Birthday St Patricks Day Shamrock Gift Shirt. The forum was culled so long ago. The only place to get news as you say is to come to Reddit. And be thankful that other communities post their updates and news on here. I feel more connected to NA and RU if I didn’t already have so much time invested on the EU server. I would swap in a heartbeat. To me, as a European, all I know about WG is through WGEU.
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Honestly, I haven’t really paid attention to it. I drive ships and I don’t really pay attention to weekend specials. I fill up progress bars after work and sometimes. Then I drive with friends during the weekends. Although we are more likely to drive tanks than ships (shorter games, less wait time for those derpy platoon mates that die in 3 minutes). I imagine it would be frustrating if I tried to pay attention to it. But until they do something about it. Maybe it is best to not give a Kiss Me It’s My 30th Birthday St Patricks Day Shamrock Gift Shirt? Is the service equally bad for WoT or is it just WoWs? I honestly don’t pay attention to the official websites for either game, outside of patch notes.
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Yeah, the game itself is okay, because it’s globally managed, one version for all servers. But everything outside a game has been a Kiss Me It’s My 30th Birthday St Patricks Day Shamrock Gift Shirt. Most of this commotion wouldn’t happen if the events, premium shop and forum would be global too (or at least equal between all the servers). Personally, I don’t understand why it can’t be global as well. From a customer service point of view, having “local” teams is nice. I suppose but nothing the community people do has anything to do with customer service. I assume the teams are split because that way they can “extract” money most efficiently though if what you are saying about the EU team is true, WG probably doesn’t need it.