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Eve Online Fanfest 2013: Some Stats

These are some stats I snapped pictures of off of one of the monitors. I realized it was changing screens and when I looked it had all sorts of interesting tidbits of information. I stood through the cycle and tried to capture all of the images. Some could be better so I will retry tomorrow.

Album link is here. Photos are under the cut.








 I cut off the tiles accidently. I will try to get better ones tomorrow   The top graph with the 3% and 4% are females in the game.





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  1. Wow.....i'm even more poor than I thought. In game that is. No wonder ccp thinks everyone in game is rich.

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  2. Awww geez Sugar, now I am gonna have to save each pic, and type all that into yet another spreadsheet... =]

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  3. The wallet balance graphic is not very clear to me. personally I have 21 pilots on 7 accounts, with a total wallet balance of 10B+. So would I personally say I have 10Billion+ on the Fanfest numbers, but EVE online total stats could list all 21 pilots with an average of ~500M each? Or did the fanfest questionnaire ask you to list every single pilot you have with the corresponding ISK for each pilot? Depending on how this data was gathered, the huge disparity in liquid ISK levels between 'all EVE players' and 'Fanfest attendees only' could be explained by this alone. I suppose the most likely thing is that CCP already summed all 3 pilots on each account into one account total, which reduces this possible measurement disparity significantly.

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    1. I didn't do a questionnaire. I'd think they just pulled stats from the accounts that got tickets. They don't merge accounts in their numbers I believe.

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