The results of the third round of the TSA Plus Points Challenge are in. This month only saw 9 people enter which is quite a way behind the numbers we saw for the first few months. I do hope you’re not all losing interest so early, when there’s still everything to play for!
Hopefully it was just that Dead Nation didn’t grab your attention, but it should make for an interesting contest next month with Mercenary Kings which, from what I’m hearing, definitely isn’t many people’s cup of tea!
So let’s get straight to the results then. This month sees the rivalry between X1BALBAABLAB1X and Lieutenantfatman continuing, with them taking up the top 2 spots. The gap between them though was massive, with X1BALBAABLAB1X scoring a frankly ridiculous 18,359,122 points for 1st place and therefore taking the 10 leaderboard points. I’d love to know whereabouts that stands on the global leaderboard, it can’t be far off the top!
Winner of the fastest time proved an interesting one. We previously stipulated that anyone who finishes in the top 10 for the main challenge won’t be eligible for the bonus challenge but there were only 9 entrants in total! We decided to alter the rules and make it that the top 5 weren’t eligible, leaving only 4 people whose times could count towards the bonus challenge.
Of those, camdaz took the fastest time with 5 minutes 35 seconds and therefore gains 5 bonus leaderboard points. Matheson would’ve easily taken this, had he not finished in the top 5, since he had a stupidly fast time of 2 minutes 41 seconds. Very unlucky with that!
The winner of the random draw for a £10 PSN voucher is Lieutenantfatman. Coming in 2nd place and being the winner of the £10 voucher makes this a big week for you! You can thank the gods of random.org for that one.
Keep your eyes peeled on the site tomorrow for the updated Plus Points Challenge leaderboard post where we’ll see how these results affect the overall standings. Well done to all those that took part this month, here’s hoping for a larger turnout next month!
Written and organised by Tony Cawley.