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    Kai
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    I don’t want to overstep, but it appears that the most recent Billboard 200 Predictions results in the Prediction Center have been misdated and therefore incorrectly tabulated.

    The last correctly dated/tabulated week is the tracking week of June 10-16 https://www.goldderby.com/leaderboard/billboard-200-predictions-2022-june-10-to-16/, which is the BB200 charts dated June 25 https://www.billboard.com/charts/billboard-200/2022-06-25/. The week that BTS’ ‘Proof’ debuted #1.

    Following this week is where the problems start. The PC jumps to the week of June 24-30 https://www.goldderby.com/leaderboard/billboard-200-predictions-2022-june-24-to-30/, which is incorrect as those predictions are supposed to be dated June 17-23, corresponding to the BB200 charts dated July 2 https://www.billboard.com/charts/billboard-200/2022-07-02/. This is the week where Drake’s ‘Honestly, Nevermind’ debuted at #1.

    You can see evidence that you guys have incorrectly dated/incorrectly tabulated the results, by the results of the leaderboard. Starting at #11, everyone received a 0/6, and the far majority of people had Drake at #1.

    Due to this, the listed July 1-7 tracking week in the PC is also incorrect, and should be the June 24-June 30 tracking week, corresponding to the BB200 dated charts of July 9, which were announced on Sunday https://www.billboard.com/music/chart-beat/bad-bunny-un-verano-sin-ti-billboard-200-no-1-three-weeks-1235110309/amp/.

    This also makes the ongoing tracking week on the PC of July 8-14, incorrectly dated. It should be July 1-7.

    So as you can see, starting the incorrectly dated week of June 24-30, the results have been miscalculated. The results of the week that Drake debuted #1 (should be tracking week of June 17/BB200 dated July 2) is completely missing from the results of the predictions.

    Could the mods please take a look at this. Sorry for the essay lol.

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    Kai
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    I don’t know which mod exactly to tag but @239-2

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    almanzarlamarcarlile
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    #1205004255

    I noticed this too

    Quinta Brunson 1st and 2nd emmy campaign manager
    Bill Hader 4th, 5th and 6th emmy campaign manager
    Jeremy Strong 2nd emmy campaign manager
    Zendaya 2nd and 3rd emmy campaign manager

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    treacherous
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    I second this! I don’t know which mod is in charge of the billboard 200 predictions but please look into this.

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    medoner
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    yeah i’m sorta fuming about that too, the 0/0 i got is killing me softly

    someone pls fix ❤️

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    Daniel Montgomery
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    I apologize for the confusion, guys! I had changed the timing so that users could predict the tracking week during the tracking week. But there were several perfect 6/6 predictions that week, which led me to find that Hits Daily Double was posting estimates of each chart including album units during the predictions period. Because this was unfair for the contest, I reverted back to predicting each tracking week before the tracking week begins, which meant I had to skip a week of predictions. I’m sorry I forgot to leave another note in the forums explaining this, but the results tabulated are correct for the dates listed for each contest. This week’s predictions results were for the tracking week that ended June 30, as listed, for which Bad Bunny had the number-one album.

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