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Old 12-28-2018, 11:01 AM   #1
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Has anyone else had their teams end up in the same league?

So I have 3 accounts, and I noticed in I believe season 2 that two of them ended up in the same league. Now all 3 of my teams are in the same league...

Has anyone else noticed anything like this happening? Luckily they're all mediocre so I don't think they're hurting or helping any of the competition, but it's still a bit annoying having them all in one league. I didn't know if there is anything in the coding and algorithms that could have played into this. All of the team names do being with Northborough, so maybe that has something to do with it.
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Old 12-28-2018, 11:46 AM   #2
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yeah, my two teams have been in the same league for the past two seasons (one in the AC, one in the NC)... if they didn't suck it might be fun to meet in the world series, but as it is....
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Two of the four seasons I've had two teams in the same league. Each time I had one finish first in their division and the other finish out of the race.
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Old 12-28-2018, 11:55 AM   #4
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I only have one team, but this deep into the game I am still in a league with teams that were in my entry pool or bronze league, and that after they were in a different league for one season, then came back into my league. I am convinced that the problem is with the randomization of teams in general; when they are promoted / relegated, the algorithm is not mixing them well enough.

Where it comes to your multiple teams, did you create them quickly after one another? If so they might have been in "neighboring" entry pools, went into neighoring bronze leagues, and eventually ended up being fed into the same higher league (because the higher the level, the fewer the leagues).
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