• Leaderboard score range

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    Hi Ali,

    First of all - sorry for the slow response. I somehow missed this message.

    The MultiSocialLeaderboard call is normally used to create Candy Crush-style maps - where you would normally show just the top player on each node of a map.

    It's otherwise a pretty expensive call (as we're filtering/joining your friends list with multiple leaderboard lists) - so thus we restrict things to keep things fast and server utilization reasonable.

    Do you have a use case that requires the larger leaderboard sizes - or maybe you were mistaking the intention of this call with another?

    Anyway, hope that perspective helps!

    Cheers,

    Paul.

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    What sort of devices? Will people really sit there logged into multiple devices, and expect them all to rise in realtime?

    I mean, wouldn't a user play on one device. Finish, and maybe pick up another device - and when they do, you refresh all the stats when the app loads?

    I would suggest you use RTT for real-time notifications - but we actually assume that that a user would only have one logged in RTT session - so that won't work.

    You could send push notifications to all of the devices. Push notifications can have data payloads - so your client app(s) can catch the updated data, or maybe the notification is just a signal to the client to request updated data... (likely more flexible).

    Alternatively, I guess your option best option would be to have the devices poll every <x> minutes or so...

    Honestly, the use case still seems a bit weird though - I'm probably just not understanding something 🙂

    Paul.