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Party Matchmaking Update
GPS, big data are making matchmaking apps more sophisticated. TOKYO -- The love of your life may be just around the corner, and yet another dating app promises to lead you there. Cross Me, an app from Playmotion, a Tokyo-based subsidiary of internet advertising company CyberAgent , uses a Global Positioning System to alert registered users when they come within range of a casual date or lifelong mate. When a potential 'significant other' is close, a photo with a screen name and other information appears, showing the person's approximate location. If mutually interested, the two can start chatting then take it from there. About , people have signed up for the app, another of the so called "love tech" genre, which takes a high-tech approach to reducing the army of lonely hearts, especially among young singles in Japan. Apps such as Cross Me do not just lower the odds of finding one's true love. Rather, the technology behind these apps all but ensures a "fateful meeting" of the type shown in last year's animated Japanese blockbuster, "Kimi no Na wa Your Name. Take year-old Ryosuke Koizumi of Fujisawa, a city just southwest of Tokyo. While on his way to a hair salon last fall, he checked his app and found year-old Kaori Koide was nearby, a habitual love tech user who was on her way to a concert and who fit Koizumi's preferences.
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When we announced our plans for Season 3 , we discussed our plans to deploy a Competitive Skill Restriction in a future update. Originally, the restriction prevented parties from queuing for Competitive matches if their Skill Ratings were too far apart, but the more we worked on the feature, the more we realized that there was a better way to do it. First, the Competitive Restriction would have had a negative impact on groups of friends that were not abusing the system, but fell outside the new limitations.