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    Quote Originally Posted by iwnl View Post
    I'm glad that all the creators allied and maybe in this way the new bossmen from Nordeus notice this thread and take it very seriously, putting more value on the fact that you promote their game. Even if you get a very small profit from this(content), it doesn't compare to the amount they get from the players aka managers who start playing this game because of you.

    I'm not a TE content creator, I play it from pleasure, helping others to improve and that's it. But at the moment, the game is really a waste of time and I will argue this, because my colleagues didn't approach it.

    The major problem from my point of view is related to the game engine, the one that simulates our matches. The setup aka tactics, formation, positioning, arrows, condition and morale, even the players' skills, is a decisive factor that influences the fate of the match or its score depending on the weather and the setup+players' skills of the opponent/opponents run.

    This engine or the code written by the developers that simulates our match as close to reality as possible, became a cheap joke. Besides the fact that it simulates the matches ignoring all our setup and the changes brought during the match, the logic it presents to us during the match is totally parallel related to the football we see on TV, as a spectator or playing as an amateur/professional player.

    I don't deny the fact that we should not have competition or underdog teams not have a chance to win, but the fact that inexplicably all the knowledge gained in the years played and players trained to be better, disappear completely or "evaporate" in 90% of the matches played in a season. Even if we think we are the ones in control of the match, but the hard truth is, the script of the match cannot be "rewritten" no matter how many changes in the setup we make. And here, those who play the game for a long time know what I'm talking about: the player's pattern of misses, Pks and Fks missed inexplicably by the best player(most have a specific ability for these situations), from corners missing a lot compared to our opponent who has above 50% efficiency, creative players passing over and over leading to the same result - passing the ball to opponent for no reason, meaningless crossings, shooting in the block, the player escaping towards the goal and caught by one who has 1% speed OR does a pirouette believing he's Usain Bolt and then shots in the opponent's player body and very many animations that have nothing to do with what is happening on the field and related to our setup. If I include all of this mentioned, it happens in every match we play, not just randomly 2 or 3 times a season.

    Now everyone will say it's normal, but what does this normal mean ?
    Taking what I wrote above and putting everything in a balance, the game disadvantages and punishes us, the manager who is active and who has spent many hours studying to be better. Besides annihilating this skill we have and mocking us with a mindblowing script, it shows that Nordeus doesn't really care about his community. They have the same discourse for multiple managers' questions related to match statistics, because they can't give a logical answer, as long as their engine is illogical and they know it. We all understand that it can't be perfect, but at least you have the common sense to solve these problems, because I've been playing for 2 years and I haven't seen any major improvements to the game, not to mention the bugs where we, the managers, suffered and as compensation we were mocked with 5 or 10 resources from each, cutting the old academy and replaced with one that we cannot control player development as we want, increased the time from auction to 4 minutes and barely get the players we want to be competitive and many decisions made poorly, without taking into consideration our opinion - your community, given that for many "old managers" time is very limited now or will become limited for those who have time and don't understand what I mean by this phrase.

    My conclusion is that the game at the moment suffers badly because of the match which isn't honest and balanced as it should be, even if many consider this football app game to be number 1, but in gameplay it's on the last places compared to other football apps.

    A good content to be viewed and to attract followers and active managers for the game, must be based on a very well structured and balanced gameplay from the game. Otherwise, I don't see a way out of this problem and more precisely, managers who are no longer active as in previous seasons and no longer care about the results of their matches, because they let the AI do their job and we all know what bonuses "receive" or Quit like many managers have done so far, because of the absurdity of match scenarios.

    Peace out and stay safe !
    that is well said Man... thank you for the insight...

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    Justy, do you have another channel ?
    The one I watched all the vids, has nothing since 5 months now...
    Or perhaps you are planing to upload soon ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iptables View Post
    Justy, do you have another channel ?
    The one I watched all the vids, has nothing since 5 months now...
    Or perhaps you are planing to upload soon ?
    its coming buddy... the flood is coming soon....

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopEleven ContentCreators View Post
    [IMPORTANT] The state of content creation: Testimonies from the Top Eleven Content Creators

    Greetings everyone,

    We are the content creators of Top Eleven. We are those people that help & engage the community by producing content, mainly on our YouTube channels.
    We all love the game and do our very best every day to transmit this feeling to thousands of players out there. Each one of us has their own view about Top Eleven, and how it could be improved, but we can all agree when it comes down to one thing; the current state of content creation.
    That being said, today we are uniting in order to achieve two things:
    1) Raise awareness in the community about the topic
    2) Grab Nordeus' attention so that they address the issue, in order to create a brighter future for everyone, for us - the content creators, the community, and the company.

    To begin with, while Top Eleven is the #1 Football-Manager game in the industry for years now, we don't believe that content creation is on the same level.
    In fact, we feel we are neglected & left behind. If you look on YouTube for information, you would know that the videos available are very limited. Not to mention the Twitch platform where Top Eleven simply doesn't exist.

    Why? Because there are not many content creators out there, as you will see. But, why's that?
    Well, because, firstly, there is not enough support from the developer, which:
    1) Makes aspiring top eleven Youtubers & streamers to not even start their journey.
    2) Makes influential creators to give up on Top Eleven and switch over to other games. They stop chasing their dream/passion and the community loses an important personality.
    3) Makes it incredibly difficult to rise as a top eleven content creator, even though there is very low competition.

    Let's take a look on how other games support their content creators.

    1) Supercell, Epic Games, and not only, run "support a creator" program where content creators get a portion of their fans in-game purchases.
    This one encourages creators to keep producing content, as they make an extra amount of money. On top of that, the community is also able to support their favourite content creator

    2) Other games have dedicated in-game cosmetics to creators. Top Eleven could easily do the same by designing jerseys for the most well-known content creators and their community. However, it looks like they won't do it no matter how many times we kindly ask them - without any response.

    3) They share on their social media some top-level content which would be incredibly beneficial & helpful to the community. From this, everyone benefits. The creators' videos get more visibility, the community is helped/engaged, and the developer creates a more loyal community. It may look simple to execute, but, to our surprise, Top Eleven hasn't even done that.

    4) They create events/competitions with creators as the main face. Interviews, in-game events, videos, tournaments etc. A wonderful initiative would be top eleven hosting something like a 'content creator’s tournament" where the biggest Youtubers or other influential faces of the community take part. The matches would be streamed on Top Eleven's official YouTube Channel and the winner would get a prize. Just imagine thousands of people watching the matches, and the whole atmosphere. Wouldn't that be great for the whole top eleven community?

    5) On the very least, they engage with content creators by replying to them on social media and having discussions with them. Meanwhile, here we face a gap of communication, not only as content creators, but as a community in general. Actually, we wouldn't have to make this post if Nordeus communicated with us on a fair level.

    So far, there are not many things done by Top Eleven involving content creators, and we want to emphasize on that.

    Furthermore it is very difficult to produce top eleven content due to the limitations the game offers. The content is monotonous.
    It is limited to training videos, tactics, gameplay, events, and updates. On paper that looks like a lot, but no it is not. Training videos have been rinsed and repeated multiple times by multiple creators.
    The events are so monotonous and there is a general lack of creativity at Nordeus. The weather update was good because it changed the META and we had something extra to create content for a while.
    However, it is also very difficult to create content due to the famous randomness of the game engine and the lack of communication from the developers. We also want to note that we are doing this for the whole community, not only for us. Everyone would benefit in the end.

    • What if association friendlies had an option to become open for spectate? We could upload (and even stream) the best community-run tournaments and create a competitive atmosphere.
    Just imagine thousands of people spectating the Top Eleven World Cup final, or watching live a duel between communities, maybe even a creator’s one!
    • Taking it a step further, what if top eleven introduced a ladder/ranked system like many of the most successful games do? Currently there are not much to keep you hooked in-game, so a system where you can battle to reach the top of the world as a manager would be wonderful.

    With all of that that being said, we would like to come to the conclusion. The content creation is struggling, and that explains why the game is also struggling to attract and keep players.
    However, there's a silver lining to this dark cloud. Top Eleven is all about football which many people love, but you need to attract them and make them stay.

    So, we will summarise this entire message in one line;
    Invest into the game's content creators, it is needed.

    Yours Truly,
    The Top Eleven Content Creators

    Signed by:
    Rodrigo Paiva
    Charlie's Diary
    Stepan Bezdek
    UG WitchDoctor YouTube
    Kepo Cameroon
    Revolta Top Eleven

    Now you will also find individual testimonials from each content creator individually. They will share their own story and thoughts about the situation.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paivinha View Post
    Hi, my name is Rodrigo Paiva! I am a content creator for the Youtube platform where my channel is dedicated to Top Eleven for over 6 years.
    It all started after discovering Top Eleven through a search on the Play Store where I was looking for some game related to football management because I always liked this style of game. I played Championship Manager, Football Manager, Elifoot and Brasfoot for several years and when I realized that at the time I didn't have games similar to him I found Top Eleven, that was in 2012.

    At first it was strange because it was a game based on the actual times and dates of our day, so I was a little thoughtful and if it was really worth it to continue playing, however, as the days went by, the disputes, the signings, I started to get interested in the new dynamics of a game I hadn't played in yet.
    From there I started looking for tips on the internet until I found my first Facebook group where I could make several friends, learn many things, create my first friends league that at the time it was possible to have many friends in the same Top Eleven league until I had the initiative to create my first Facebook page with tips about Top Eleven.

    The page started to grow, many were enjoying it, commenting and participating and raffles held on their own where they offered some items such as emblems and shirts from the store and seeing all this growth, my oldest son came to me one fine day and said: " Dad why don't you create a youtube channel?", it popped into my head right away but I had to deal with the embarrassment of public speaking and showing my face lol, but that's ok! I started recording videos without my camera with just my voice and the channel grew, growing to the point of drawing the attention of current Top Eleven moderators who invited me to be part of the moderators team, that for me was amazing.

    In 2016 with all the success I was invited by Nordeus to inaugurate the "Meet the Managers Series" frame where I could talk a little about my history with Top Eleven and show a little of my city, it was an unforgettable day!

    Today in 2021 I continue recording daily videos for Top Eleven giving tips, creating events, interacting with the community where we currently have more than 27 thousand on Facebook and almost 30 thousand on Youtube, they are very satisfactory numbers after this long journey of 6 years of dedication to Top Eleven.
    I currently have an average of more than 1,000 views per video, an average of 100 to 120 simultaneous people in my daily live streams, I currently have a mark of 42,000 views in the last 28 days among other very significant numbers where I can provide a good one visibility for Top Eleven through my content.

    Currently there are several content creators for Top Eleven, some from the same country, others from the same city and with a single purpose, to promote Top Eleven with their characteristics, whether they are giving tips, showing their games or even bringing a little comedy , with recorded videos or live streams.

    In today's gaming world, the best dissemination tool is the players themselves and if they are content creators with a good number of followers, even better!
    I see on other channels, whether on Facebook, Twitch or even on Youtube itself, creators who receive codes from companies that are called "creator codes", this code is used by users when purchasing a "battle pass" for example as it happens in PUBG, Fortnite, Call of Duty... and this code when inserted by a user shows how this content creator has influenced people to be consuming the products inside the game.
    There are several ways to help the creators community, but at Top Eleven we currently don't have as much support as other content creators who decide to make a living for it, in a way this is also a profession.

    We are available for a conversation with a single objective, "Showing the best of Top Eleven!"
    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman View Post
    To Whom This May Concern

    Now as my colleges/friends have made some valid points in
    their statements, i will try not to repeat my self from their

    So this is from my point of view regarding content creating
    and what to offer...

    For over 5 years now i have played Top Eleven, i have grown
    communities throughout Facebook (where I'm Admin of a
    Top Eleven Group), Reddit (were I'm the main active Admin there),
    Discord (were I'm the owner and admin of a Top Eleven server), which between them all
    must be well over 9k members

    My Dedication to Top Eleven has been of the highest aspect to helping
    other managers like my self that once struggled in the beginning
    sharing knowledge and experience of what i have learnt about the game

    I Also have a YouTube channel which i had also done many, many videos on
    Top Eleven that were helpful to many as all my videos were to do with helping
    those that play for free as its hard to participate against those that spend real
    money on games.

    Upon looking and playing many other games over different devices (PC, Mobile, Console etc)
    I have realised that there is many companies that reward there content creators (like my self)
    for creating content based on their games
    ..for example

    EPIC GAMES - they have a program, that once you meet requirements (1k (followers/subscribers), you can
    apply for there program and you get whats called a "creator code" which the code is usual the name of
    were ever you would have the 1k followers/subscribers, this creator code is then applied in any of there
    item shops within the game, which then who ever uses there creator code the creator of that code gets 5%
    of that persons spending - this is to help support that content creator those enticing the creator to create
    even more content,
    win-win situation.

    Epic Games isn't the only game company that does this, there is Super Cell and many other companies,
    as Nordeous is a Growing Company with there Games expanding, i believe Nordeous should follow suit in this
    matter giving there content creators there own program we can join with our own creator code, so we can get
    rewarded for all the hard work we've put in to helping Top Eleven Grow.

    With my self growing along side Top Eleven over 5 years, I've had many advertisers contact me to promote there
    sites and offers that are also based on Top Eleven for example Huawei app-store with Top Eleven (in different countries),
    and because of the work i did for them, they rewarded me.

    My opinion i think Nordeous Should reward all us content creators in same/similar ways, after all, without us
    the whole community of Top Eleven Wouldn't be as big as it now.

    Regarding content - Top Eleven has come on leaps and bounds over the years, there has been some good features, and updates
    to the game, BUT there has not been updates regarding certain aspects of the game
    for example:- tactics this has been the same for as long as i can remember

    in order for a football manager game to evolve , tactics is defiantly a feature to update , having more options within
    the tactics,
    3D is also an update much of the community has request for years too.
    further more with content ,as content has kind of dried up with many Top Eleven Youtubers (content creators) ,
    we need to see some sort of change in order to continue making content and also as mentioned earlier some type
    of rewards system to keep our motivation alive.

    I Continue to remain Admin of those communitites i mentioned at the start and help out best i can with my experience in the
    Top Eleven Community, but until Nordeous desides to make a vast improvement in Top Eleven game to be able to create more
    content for the game I my self have been doing content on other games that rewards there content creators, I Would love to be
    doing Top Eleven Content again if the chance arrose again if Nordeous rewarded their content creators.

    kind regards
    ICEMAN82AJ (Andy) (My Youtube Channel) (My Top Eleven Discord Server) (Top Eleven Reddit)
    Quote Originally Posted by milpol View Post
    Looks like it's my turn


    Greetings everybody,

    I’m Miltiadis from Greece. My story begins way back in 2013. I was searching for a football-management game and Top Eleven sparked my interest. I quickly fell in love with the game and I kept playing with long breaks in between. However, I never took it seriously until the beginning of 2019. I remember it clearly; it was February 19’ when I decided that this time I won’t just be a casual player. I started reading a bunch of tutorials on this great forum and I joined many communities. Little did I know how the future would look like…

    I started my YouTube journey in the summer of the same year. My plan definitely wasn’t to become a YouTuber. In fact, I hate standing in front of a camera .
    I just wanted to test myself by uploading 2-3 tutorials, and, of course, to help others with what I knew by that time (not much basically). My first videos got more views than I’d ever imagine, and needless to say, I got addicted. Well, the rest is history, as they say. At the time of writing this, there are 10.700 awesome people part of my YT community, and I just achieved the huge milestone of 1.500.000 views. Honestly, I couldn’t ask for anything else.

    With all of this being said, I have to admit that I was from the fortunate ones. Unfortunately, not everyone got the chance to go as far as I did, and I believe that Nordeus is partially responsible for that. Content creators play a determinant role in community-building, as well as the success of the game itself. It’s obvious, right? While it may look obvious, there is not much done, unfortunately.
    Undoubtedly, Top Eleven should invest in its content creators and also establish a better relationship with them.

    Inadequate support from the developer, lack of content ideas, and the known content creator struggles themselves all sum up and make it incredibly difficult to be a top eleven content creator. Now I see why we are not many. I see why so many before me abandoned their journey and looked at other games to pursue their dream, while others didn’t even start theirs. But I also see that there is hope. With the right changes & improvements, anything can be done. The other guys have already mentioned a few ideas in order to improve the situation, so there is no need to repeat them.

    Anyways, the success of my YouTube channel has truly changed my life. Actually, it has given me the chance to do something I always wanted to do; to help & influence the community, and I’m eternally grateful for that. That being said, the journey as a content creator was not easy. Sometimes it was just too difficult that it made me ask myself “Is all of this worth it?”.
    I’m also thankful for everything that Top Eleven has given me. Without the game itself, I wouldn’t be here writing this. But, for now, what we need is more attention & assistance from Nordeus. I strongly believe that if this is done, the future will be brighter than ever before, for everyone. Cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by UG WitchDoctor View Post
    My name is Maxwell Aligawesa also known as the UG WitchDoctor. Am a 23 year old content creator based on YouTube and I'd like to share my story regarding the state of content creation in Top Eleven.

    It is coming to close to a year since I started creating Top Eleven content on my channel. I got into content creation by pure luck. One bright morning, I answered a survey and was randomly selected to be a part of the Mourinho's prank call video. This was a piece of content made on the Top Eleven Youtube Channel last year. In this video, we got to talk about Mourinho and he surprised us by actually joined the call. It was a phenomenal experience that I will never forget. (He said my name three times, haha)
    After that happening, I thought that was really cool so I uploaded it onto Youtube. That was the genesis of my content creation career. I started doing training videos, tried out some meme videos and some advice. 11 months later, I have 730 subscribers and 76,000 views. My channel is UG WitchDoctor, make sure you check it out (Shameless self-promotion ha-ha)
    Fast forward to early this year, I have had 2 partnerships with Huawei AppGallery where I promote their discounts in Top Eleven to would-be buyers. This was where I advertised discount coupons off in-game purchases that could be used in the Huawei App store. In simple terms this means I have made money for me (being paid to promote) and you (people utilizing the promotion to buy in-game items).
    However did you know that all this would not have been possible without the initial content (prank video) in the first place? Due to that initial video, people have viewed my Top 11 content more than 76,000 times, that is how much publicity a small channel like mine was able to gather, I can't even explain the influence that bigger creators have got and delivered to the game. If this doesn't show Nordeus how valuable content can be, I do not know what will!

    Invest in your content creators, Nordeus!!!

    Link to my channel -
    Link to the Mourinho prank video (am the guy with the bandana) -
    Quote Originally Posted by justusfernz View Post
    Greetings to all

    My name is Justy, an addicted football fan and a gamer. It’s been around 3 years since i started playing this amazingly wonderful game. I mean if FiFa ruled the PC side for football, top eleven ruled the mobile platform... and i did my community work by staring an YT channel spreading whatever i know, In-turn spreading the word about this truly great game.
    Off late though, things are starting to look a bit slow. Since the last 5 months my channel hasn’t put out any new i am a strong believer of feedback and constructive criticism.
    My personal reason for that is obviously lack of content, and i believe my fellow friends have addressed that.
    • The game constantly revolves around 4 divisions. League, Cup, Champions League, Association. Yes the Association matches are improved. But the other three also need to be improved.

    • Monthly or per say seasonal tournaments that happen is of a repetitive format. Everyone that plays for 3 months understand what to expect of what which ultimately loses your interest in these.

    • Since the game came to life up until yesterday, there are only 8 controls for tactics, which makes it really hard to talk about once you know the stuff even in your sleep.
    Are there improvements..? Of course yes. There is so much the game can address. Bring in more subdivisions for each tactics. Divide the field for example, divide into 3 DEF, Mid, Attack. Concentrated tactics can be made by making my DEF always use long passes. Mid-field can always be on Short Passes. Finally my strikers not involving in any play build up and just conversion. These settings can be integrated in the current tactics. And i remember i suggested this like 2 years ago.

    • Recently, since the pandemic there has been less or zero support for the people who actually write to customer support. They never clarify the issue. instead they stay somewhere about the subject and kind of resolve by telling the game is real and they compare it with real life without telling what to do. Which is hard for me to believe since the game actually works in codes unless there is some voodoo thing happening in my phone where 11 small people are there. The next response they say is we collected data. Okay, what did you learn...? We are sorry we can’t disclose. Okay... What should i do...? We have given the data and we will make improvements. Again it is not helping.

    • Finally this is just my personal opinion and has nothing to do with the business side or the gaming side. I would love if the game used this platform to spread more awareness in common humanity issues. This pandemic has turned every human beings life in some way or the other. One could say pushing through awareness of such things is important. The health workers risk their life every day. Do a tournament in their name. Sometimes a few kind words is much greater than a million dollars

    I could say hundred more things but i will let my friends also address some issues.
    Thanking you

    (Charlies Diary Youtube Channel)
    Quote Originally Posted by Joshua Kweok View Post
    Hi, my name is Joshua Kweok! I'm also a Malaysian content creator for the Youtube platform where my channel is dedicated to Top Eleven for around 18 months. It all started when I was looking for a football management game, so I found Top Eleven in 2019.

    It was interesting to play, it's different from other football management games. It is more of a PVP game, where you face other well-trained clubs and are well organized by managers worldwide.

    I started looking for tips on the Internet until I found out about Miltiadis YT channel. His channel gave me many tactics and tips about the game and soon inspired me to create my Top Eleven YT channel.

    Besides that, I joined different Youtuber's discord servers, where I grew from a newbie to an experienced coach who gives training tips and tactics.

    It has been hard for us content creators to create new content. As more and more TE YouTubers appear, sadly the game cannot provide an equal proportion of updates to the game. TE Youtube content is slowly becoming repeatedly.

    Many changes need to be made, and it has to be fast. Content for TE Youtubers are slowly dying
    Quote Originally Posted by Stepan Bezdek View Post
    Dear Nordeus,

    My name is Stepan Bezdek.-------- I am from the Czech Republic and I really love this game. I have been playing Top Eleven since August 2015. I would like to tell the story in the view of a content creator.

    I started posting educational videos about Top Eleven 4 years ago. My English wasn't on a great level and I just recorded and uploaded some training videos. They aren't very useful but it was for my enjoyment of the game. However, a year and a half ago, when the corona decided to abuse us, I was thinking about a YouTube career. I love YouTube and Top Eleven, so I just merged these two hobbies (the third one is football and that's why I chose Top Eleven). First few videos were made for fun and for a little group of people.

    The fate of my channel changed when I posted some popular videos. My subscribers count grew quite fast. In September 2020, I hit the goal of 1000 subscribers. It was a big and beautiful dream. Also, thanks to Miltiadis, the most famous Top Eleven YouTuber in this period, I got some subscribers by playing a friendly match with him and got some useful tips from him. Just during September, I uploaded the most viewed video on my channel (4-2-3-1 formation, tips and tricks) with more than 50K views.

    Today, my channel is subscribed by almost 3,2K users. I owe them very much! I think they like my creation and it’s always a good moment for them when I publish a video
    The most comfortable feeling for me is when someone needs a tactic guide against his opponent and I am able to help him. Especially, when the tactic works well and my friend wins the match.

    So, I would like to have your attention because our effort can be also extended in the game. Our tutorials can help other people who still don’t know about these videos. I suggest to add an educational video into the Community Feed section in the game. It will help a lot!

    Thanks and regards,

    Štěpán Bezděk
    Quote Originally Posted by Kepo Cameroon View Post
    Dear Nordeus

    My name is Vlatko Petrovski, my nickname is Kepo Cameron, I come from Macedonia. Top Eleven I started playing in 2013 I found out from my friends at school. Top Eleven was very popular at my school and all the kids played it. We had fun all day talking hot top. What is the best formation, what tactics to use to win and so on. It lasted 1 year and I stopped playing top eleven. My story as a creator begins January 2020 when I return to the game. I saw that there are many changes from 2013. I do not know how, but I just loved the game very much and it became part of my everyday life. I joined several groups on Facebook then I met my first top eleven friends. That same day I created my Top Eleven Fan channel and decided to become a top Eleven creator who advertises and writes his story on the YouTube platform. My channel counts almost 2k subs. There are videos on my channel such as: how to counter formation, when to play which tactics, how to train, Tips, Tricks, and everything related to top eleven. Every day I do my best to make better videos. I have always wanted all the creators to work together to improve the top eleven community. I hope that will happen and that you will support us and be with us and give us impetus for the efforts we make because we really love this game.

    With respect.

    Vlatko Petrovski
    Feel free to take a look at this, then by our side, we could too try to link the communities + YT channels a bit more planning something, so something feeding both sides.

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    Hey Managers,

    Thank you to all who have shared their feedback and stories about their experience creating content. We appreciate all of the insight and thoughts that you have all delivered to us, from content ideas to feature ideas.

    We always look forward to engaging with community creators, as we have with many of you in the past. Finding ways to expand those collaborations further is always on our radar, and the ideas and thoughts you have shared are a great set of interesting avenues. The content that you create is an important resource for helping to grow the community and to get new managers situated on the touchline with helpful tips. Anybody who supports Top Eleven through content creation or fan-based spaces and wants to explore the opportunity of working with us directly is welcome to apply for Top Eleven Supporters Clubs through the Top Eleven website at any time. We're looking forward to checking out your channels in detail and learning more about where you'd like to take your content.

    We’ve had some exciting recent in-game collaborations with different community groups, so finding how to expand on putting the community in-game in different ways is something we’re regularly exploring. Again, what you all have shared is great insight, and we appreciate your candid and honest feedback.

    Thank you for all that you bring to the community and Top Eleven in general.
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