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RU Christmas store is live

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2 minutes ago, Mailman653 said:

Whole lot of signals for $53. :Smile_trollface:

That'll be $100 in US because of that bias we always hear about....

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10 minutes ago, NoSoMo said:

That'll be $100 in US because of that bias we always hear about....

it isn't "bias". the money is different. For example, my friend earns about 25000 r /mo full time salary. that's about $395 per MONTH. The average salary for his region is roughly 35000 roubles/mo, that is $550 per MONTH, not per week. per MONTH.

Edit: on the other hand, in my line of work, Japan salary pays equivalent of $140-150/hour, while here in the US the standard rate is $70-90/hour.

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I'm still not sold on whether moving to Russia to save 47 bucks is a good idea.

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20 minutes ago, RusskiySpy said:

it isn't "bias". the money is different. For example, my friend earns about 25000 r /mo full time salary. that's about $395 per MONTH. The average salary for his region is roughly 35000 roubles/mo, that is $550 per MONTH, not per week. per MONTH.

Edit: on the other hand, in my line of work, Japan salary pays equivalent of $140-150/hour, while here in the US the standard rate is $70-90/hour.

Hmm remind me to go work in Japan then.  :Smile_Default:

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Suggest you look at the cost of living in Japan before you commit to coming over.  That and maybe try living in a walk-in closet for awhile so you can get used to the apartment you'll be living in in Tokyo...

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My New Year resolution goes thus:

"If i pay c.$4 for a WoWS Mega container and get just 5 cammos, it'll be time for me to run down my account(s) and uninstall."

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As of around 0300 CST US I have noticed some changes to the premium shop (Namely a new option to buy doubloons at any quantity you like). I am now having difficulty connecting to the server, so I'm hoping I get to blow some snowflakes off soon.

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Please remember, that pricing can be scaled regionally to account for local economics and cost of living factors.

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27 minutes ago, Femennenly said:

Please remember, that pricing can be scaled regionally to account for local economics and cost of living factors.

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regionally as in terms of servers, not the players' location/living. I pay the American prices while living in Poland, while on the EU server prices are cheaper.

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9 hours ago, RusskiySpy said:

it isn't "bias". the money is different. For example, my friend earns about 25000 r /mo full time salary. that's about $395 per MONTH. The average salary for his region is roughly 35000 roubles/mo, that is $550 per MONTH, not per week. per MONTH.

Edit: on the other hand, in my line of work, Japan salary pays equivalent of $140-150/hour, while here in the US the standard rate is $70-90/hour.

 

That's because Russia is a 3rd world country with a first world military lol

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