Roger Sterling Posted May 17, 2016 Share Posted May 17, 2016 Hey all, New swimmer here ready to take that plunge and join in. I've booked a couple weeks (poorly) for TCW and it seems like a fun game. I'm impressed by the depth of the challenge and the amount of creative energy that went into the C-verse. I've seen some folks here offer a great idea to start with a small promotion to learn the game and I've picked NYCW. Any advice you offer, I'm grateful to you, this game is almost as difficult as sitting through an entire modern episode of Raw. A few of the questions which I can remember... How often should I run a show? When the game starts NYCW has just 2 shows scheduled in the first year. What should I focus on in order to grow? General budgeting advice? Any advice about handling NYCW's traditional product? What am I looking for in a ring worker? I would think psychology, brawl, chain wrestling? Their fans are said to expect slow-paced matches like back in the day, does this mean I should never book an all-out match? I am fishing for advice on what kinds of workers to look for and how to book them. Venues. Strategy for a small company, strategy for a large company? Alliances? Really anything you care to offer, I thank you. Tough learning curve here but the game seems awesome! Keep on booking Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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