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Agathon server 2 hours behind.

Discussion in 'Technical Support' started by GotAnswerz, Jun 14, 2019.

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  1. GotAnswerz

    GotAnswerz Forum-Greenhorn

    Events on the Agathon server say they will start at
    Central European Summer Time:
    6:00 PM (18:00)

    This is
    Central Daylight Time (Local):
    11:00 AM (11:00)

    However, they don't start till 1:00 PM Central time. I have contacted support, but they are no help. They just tell me to check the schedule, or Google the time conversion.
     
  2. Phyrix

    Phyrix Forum Duke

    Actually my experience from the Agathon server is that the event shifts 1 hour earlier in US summer time and 1 hour later in northern winter time
    I would not recommend that you follow CDT but maybe a 1 hour later schedule .
    There has always been a 6 hour difference in events between Agathon and Euro servers.
    In Northern winter time when the time shifts 1 hour so does events in Agathon.
     
    Last edited: Jun 19, 2019
  3. GotAnswerz

    GotAnswerz Forum-Greenhorn

    For 3 and a half years the events have always started at 11am Central, except for a couple that were between the US time change and the European time change. Once Europe changes, the Agathon server has always started at 11am. In the forums, as I posted, the time stated is 11am Central, but it is now 11:30 Central and the Full Moon event has not started. It should not matter what time zone you live in as long as you compare it to the time that is posted for your sever. Thanks for your time.

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    I figured no staff would address this issue.
     
    Last edited by moderator: Aug 10, 2019

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