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Posted 01 November 2015 - 08:44 AM

Hey guys. I've been playing MMAT for a long time now and I've always wanted to run an Org. - I've never been a supporter/had the extra money for it but, my High School athletic career is going to be 100% over in about 3-4 weeks (It's my senior year) and then I will have plenty of free time to work and make money - and to train more than 4 fighters/ run an org.

 

What I want to ask you vets, is how much money I should have saved up before I start the orginization - I think I asked this once a long time ago and the response was "At least 100k"   -  I have over 250k saved up right now so I feel good. But I would love extra advice. Also, what city should I go for? And is another org. a good move for MMAtycoon? I love this game and I want to help it grow/become more active. I think another 6 fighters and an org. would help.

 

What do you guys think?


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#2 itakebrides

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Posted 01 November 2015 - 09:13 AM

yep 250k would be plenty .I suggest you go restricted it be easier to sign fighters and also wait or a id milestone to it like 290k or 295k to hit.It always  a advantage to be the frist one and with 250k you have  a war chest to bring every all the best fighters of that id range 


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Posted 01 November 2015 - 09:55 AM

Yea basically what the above states. It gives you a advantage to sign fighters. There's plenty of people around to give advice if needed
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#4 embalmer

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Posted 01 November 2015 - 11:22 AM

I suggest you take a job at an existing org instead. Your org will be dead in 6 months..
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Posted 01 November 2015 - 12:42 PM

We are looking for full time help with our org in Hilo - http://www.mmatycoon...ic.php?oid=2905


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Posted 01 November 2015 - 01:13 PM

I never helped anyone before HG and started with 50k (The Island is cheaper mind you). All you really need to do is be active with it and ask questions whenever you're unsure of shit.


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Posted 01 November 2015 - 01:49 PM

I run Victory Combat League and I started with a few hundred K...it's very fun to establish an org and watch it grow..I'm always here to help if u need don't listen to guy saying your org will be dead..if u stay active and on top of it people will come to u that's what happens with me..I started it with no experience whatsoever with orgs and I'd say we r doing pretty well with the help of a few solid veterans
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#8 embalmer

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Posted 01 November 2015 - 01:57 PM

I run Victory Combat League and I started with a few hundred K...it's very fun to establish an org and watch it grow..I'm always here to help if u need don't listen to guy saying your org will be dead..if u stay active and on top of it people will come to u that's what happens with me..I started it with no experience whatsoever with orgs and I'd say we r doing pretty well with the help of a few solid veterans


LoL yeah dont listen to me! What do I know? ;)
Its fun in the beginning, and when that feeling drops its a burden, and your guys will move to the bigger orgs, slowly killing the org before u decide to shut it down releasing remaining 45 guys. It happened 50 times before. Just sayin
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Posted 01 November 2015 - 02:54 PM

LoL yeah dont listen to me! What do I know? ;)
Its fun in the beginning, and when that feeling drops its a burden, and your guys will move to the bigger orgs, slowly killing the org before u decide to shut it down releasing remaining 45 guys. It happened 50 times before. Just sayin

 

There are ways to connect with the guys though. I tend to reply to guys accepting fights and stuff just saying a bit about my plans with their fighters. I'm sure some of the guys in HG could get farmed for hype in top orgs and their managers would get a million+ for it but if you make the managers actually give a fuck about the fighters then they'll be more likely to stay with you. Easier for me based on the gimmick of course and guys in top orgs are gonna want to fight the best which might be elsewhere, but at the same time you're gonna be connected to that manager and have a door opened for them to return to the org or for their next projects to join it or whatever else so it all comes together in the end.

 

My first org I ran like 3 events, got board and left the site for like 8 months so there's the other side of it where you need to be committed. I asked questions constantly as well so I had plenty of help starting out.


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Posted 02 November 2015 - 12:38 PM

Another thing to remember is not to try to fill to many weight classes right off the bat. Starting out a weight class with a tournament is usually a good way to get started.
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Posted 02 November 2015 - 12:51 PM

Another thing to remember is not to try to fill to many weight classes right off the bat. Starting out a weight class with a tournament is usually a good way to get started.

 

Great point. HG was fine because we started with Heavyweight and Light Heavyweight, but HC struggled with several weight classes. Definitely a learning experience.


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#12 Ptrek25

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Posted 02 November 2015 - 02:22 PM

U don't know shiiiit ok embalmer???

I'm trying to motivate the guy lol
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