Yesterday I wrote how many points, on average, each team member in the top ten teams of the Premier League was earning.
Today I thought it would be interesting to repeat the experiment for the top ten teams in the Competitive League and this is what I found.
The above screenshot was taken at about 1pm Eastern yesterday (about the same time as the screenshot was taken for the Premier League post.
We can use the information above to find out, on average, how many points each member is adding to the team total viz:
- Surf Lovers – 25 members – 20 m points – 320,000 points per member per day.
- Dream Team – 23 members – 16 m points – 278,000 points per member per day.
- CTP Masters – 25 members – 14 m points – 224,000 points per member per day.
- TE Racing League – 24 members – 13 m points – 217,000 points per member per day.
- Plus One Everyday – 17 members – 8 m points – 188,000 points per member per day.
- Dr Kelps Racers – 21 members – 6 m points – 114,000 points per member per day.
- Wake Up Now – 25 members – 5 m points – 80,000 points per member per day.
- Beginners and Team Members – 25 members – 5 m points – 80,000 points per member per day.
- WealthBuilders – 16 members – 4 m points – 100,000 points per member per day.
- Hunters – 19 members – 3 m points – 63,000 points per member per day.
I hope that has proved an interesting look at the kinds of numbers that are required to keep the teams at either the top of the Premier League (yesterday’s post) and at the top of the Competitive League.
Obviously there will be variation within teams, not everyone will do an equal amount of work as everyone else, so some people may add more points than the average amount and others may add less.
At the end of the day it all works well with team work where each member of a team has a role to play and a task to perform.