I suspect a lot of the oddities are due to having your tipster history wiped yesterday. But you’ve raised a lot of points which are definitely confusing parts of the site I’m working to resolve.
“On the global scale i rate about #1600 on the leaderboard (makes sense). However, on the tipify competition i place 8 place with +14 profit”
The global scale is alltime, so for every tipster who’s visited our site and left a tip, across all eSports. There’s currently a massively confusing divide between the global stats and the monthly competition stats.
This is a legacy issue (which today’s update should start to resolve) from when the tipster functionality was just used as a ‘bet tracker’. Essentially when you leave a tip on a match, you set a stake between 1% and 20% of your inventory after a few bets you might be putting down 1% stakes worth $40. However, in the competition (and in the next update) 1% just translates to a stake of 1.
So the profit between your global profile stats and the competition could be wildly different (and usually are).
“i can see others like rank #1200 or #100 but i am rank #999999”
New users get given rank #999999 for their first few tips until their proper rank number is worked out. I’ll try make this clearer in the next update