PoE News: Path of Exile Private League Capacity Has Increased A Lot

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    In the year 2018, we introduced a Private League system that let our players create their very own Path of Exile leagues with different mods. Moreover, the community has frequently requested that we increase the player limit of Private Leagues so that they can run much larger leagues. And right now, we are so happy to announce that we are now increasing the size of Private Leagues today! Once the Private Leagues' size got increased, that means you can store more various Path of Exile leagues, and then you can pick one of your favorite mods to explore over and over to get the amount of PoE currency. And the currency could be used in different mods. Therefore, increasing the size of the Private League is a genius idea.

    As of the time we posted this article, we have already increased the Private League member limit by 1,000. And for that means you now can purchase more player slots now and then increase your Private League up to a maximum capacity of 3,000 players. And we will continue to incrementally increase the limit every day until we reach a cap of 10,000 players or if we hit any issues with size limits. The reason for doing this so slowly is to ensure that there are not any technical issues that might happen by having too many players in a Private League.

    We are all looking forward to seeing how the community incorporates these larger limits into their group play. By doing that, you know you can store various PoE mods, and you can use these mods to collect various PoE items and then sell these items out and buy PoE currency as you wish.
     

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