Originally Posted by Tallkrazy
For example- what mtg and yugioh do is that before they release the set they put the cards online for players to test before they print out the cards. So everyone get to look over the cards in their community and look for small errors.
For the admins. Dueling network only has about 3 admins and they rotate. So if we get at least for. Maybe two on the east side and two here in California. Then we can rotate. As for the cards to buy. Many people go to tournaments. That's the whole reason why we buy cards. In my opinion. The prizing is what draw players to play. For example last year I went to ycs a yugioh tournament. That had a record of 4,000 people join that year. Even with the website avaliable to everyone. People go to tournaments to play and show their skill. Yet how can we get players of they don't get enough practice and barely know rules. That's where the website comes in more players are able to play. And train and understand the game better.
All valid and good points. But it's all about time and money. I think Namco Bandai can work on something, but that means the small group running the CCG would have to go MUCH higher up.