"Oldtimer score is calculated
based on time spent by playing the games." We know that your Oldtimer Score gets affected if you receive a ban/demerit etc. So, is it the number of minutes we have been actively playing a the games? By "actively playing", I don't mean sitting in a lobby, I mean physically playing a game. If we look at the 'Today's Top Oldtimers' list here:
and look at user 'nitro' as an example, his/her Oldtimer Score is 433635, if my guess of playing time by minutes is correct that would equate to 7,227 hours, which is 301 days (!!!) of playing time on FOD. Now, considering 'nitro' has been an active member since 4.11.2001, I guess a total playing time of 301 days is possible... agree? I believe an Oldtimer Score of 200000 equates to 9 dots (FOD-Legend) dice, which would be 3333 hours of playing time if my theory is correct. So, this question is for OP really or someone else that works at FOD.. can you tell us how in more detail how the system calculates our Oldtimer Score?