Why do you think it's your job to "promote the sport"? What have you done to "promote it"?
Recently, Delta asked people what they thought about Mega Teams on their Facebook page... you should subscribe too, they pose interesting questions.
I was on the bad side along with a few others, mainly for the regional skill stagnation it causes, along with economic issues that can arise. Quite a few people said they were good, as long as they, to paraphrase a little, "promoted the sport for the good".
Would anybody, that does not make money from scenario games, care to explain why you feel the need to take it upon yourself to "promote the sport"? Further, are you "promoting the sport" of scenario play (which is a hobby, not a sport!) or are you really just promoting a few specific companies, and why?
I'm not talking about gear sponsorships either, as that is a (sometimes) fair exchange of goods & services. I'm talking about promoting scenario play itself. Why do you think that it's your job? There really are no right or wrong answers, I just find it intriguing.
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