Small improvement and other news
today we have implemented another one of your suggestions. It's a small improvement, but I am sure you will find it quite useful.
As you know, every time you make a bid on a player or staff member on the market, this money remains on your account, but it is blocked and you cannot use it. Quite often some users got confused when they couldn't build a facility or send another bid on a player even though they seemingly had enough money to do so. That's why we have added the information about your available amount of money into the top right corner where you can see your current balance.
Any time you have some money blocked due to an active bid, you will see another number in brackets showing you your available amount of money. Also if you are viewing a player or a staff member on market, you will see not your current balance, but your available amount of money. This should avoid any more confusion in the future and keep you well informed at all times.
News from handball
In handball we are only a few days away from the start of the fifth season. I would just like to remind you that as of next season, the number of staff members that you can have in each facility will be limited to 8. If you are currently employing more than 8 staff members in any facility, you can keep them, but you cannot add any new ones until you drop below 8.
As usual, there will be league regrouping in the bottom two league levels in several countries in order to remove the inactive teams and increase competitiveness. The regrouping will take place in the following countries:
Austria, Belgium, Chile, Denmark, Estonia, France, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Sweden, Turkey, Ukraine, USA
If you select a sponsor with bonuses for wins or for positions and you get moved to a stronger league due to league regrouping, you don't have to worry. At the beginning of the new season you will have an option to renegotiate the contract.
That's all, have a nice day!
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