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Why Does Alex Fundora’s Account Costs $0?
This Steam account was created in May 2014 .
The Profilerr’s formula of the Total Value of the profile is:
0 purchased games + 0 free games at zero cost + 0 Level’s price*
We calculate this as buying of sets for CS:GO Skins and Keys at websites like lvlupsteam.com
Alex Fundora hasn't played yet.
Interesting Facts about SteamID 76561198136766463
- #81054 in Levels Rating
- #84636 by Games Quantity
- #84215 by Overall Played Time
- #91311 in Most Expensive Profiles
- #26065 in Oldest Accounts List
Possible reasons why you see zero value in games:
- If the player has no purchased games but only freely downloaded ones, the account cost is zero.
- For accounts without any games at all, we also display zero value.
- For private accounts, we have no way to list and display the cost of all games here.
Possible reasons why you see a zero level cost:
- The player's account is new or recently created.
- The player has not performed any actions to level up. Such actions include Purchasing games / Earning badges / Crafting badges / Upgrading badges.
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By default, games are hidden in your Steam account. To change the privacy settings, do the following:
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- Set Game details as ‘Public’
- Uncheck the ‘Always keep my total playtime private’ option
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Why is the total playing time so long?
In some cases, you may see that the total time that a player has spent playing games on an account exceeds tens or even hundreds of years. It could mean that several people have used the same profile at the same time, and the algorithm has calculated their total time.
Why is total playing time different from the overall playing time on each platform?
Valve has been counting game time on each platform since September 2019.