But before that will probably happen, they have to fix the many multi accounters. And to prevent that, they need to ban multi accounts permanently and give new accounts an disadvantage in the early game and block for important servers/tournament server. But that wont generate much money so they just keep the running system without any changes until nobody will be left to play this
A tournament server would be interesting.
As far as the multi account thing, I sadly don't think that can be solved in this day and age.
I looked into this as well, as I was confused as to how seemingly some people have totally obedient, loyal, servant tier governors.
At first I thought maybe they are playing with brothers or friends. But it seems to be much more than that.
I can't confirm anything obviously, as it would be near impossible to confirm unless there was a webcam rule where people were literally being monitored to make sure they weren't using multiple accounts.
The other issue, is that there may be some extremely well off (rich) people that are either paying people to play or paying for multiple computers and different IPs.
You again couldn't confirm if they were cheating unless you had access to their bank records and could question where there money is going.
The game is simple enough for them to pull it off as well.
Even other games, big games, had similar issues.
They simply put caps per battle though, and this for the most part alleviated the problem.
There was some multiboxers in certain RPG games that caused them to ban overt multiboxing, but now instead multiboxing has become a subvert thing.
Bots are another issue, which has greatly evolved into something impossible to detect.
Unless the company requires a webcam to play, some of these bots can't be detected at all.
Too humanlike, and all input and calculations is done from an external source.
I am sure though, there are efforts to detect those who are using multiple accounts.
However, the people who basically have literal slaves/family/friends that aren't really interested in the game are still allowing certain players an unfair advantage; that technically doesn't break the current rules.
The game would have to drastically changed I think to maybe get close to fixing it.
But it would basically turn into a 1v1 type game, or a 1x versus 1x. Where x = friends or slaves under your control.
Still though, it probably isn't a priority for them to fix. Cause one rich guy could be paying his employees who have their own home IP addresses to basically play as governors/dukes so that he can farm them.
If that one rich guy is dumping $200+ into each account, they will ignore/allow it.
Same thing happened to the multiboxers with *lizzard Games.