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    Posted: 23 Aug 2020 at 1:00pm
For promoters with large stables or who just can't be bothered with the drudgery of finding opponents for their novice fighters, you can now hire an Assistant Manager and delegate the management of individual amateurs and professionals.

To enable the Assistant Manager, select the option in Promoter Options.  
There is a fee payable which is taken immediately and then every month while the Assistant Manager is enabled. There are no refunds if the feature is disabled during the month.

Once enabled, Amateurs and Professionals who can be delegated (see criteria below) will have a checkbox underneath the Fighter Actions dropdown.  Simply ticking this box hands over control to the assistant.  There are no penalties or issues with just delegating for short amounts of time to see if the feature is suitable for your fighter.

Criteria for Amateurs - the fighter needs to be less than 200 class and not be an international.
Criteria for Professionals - the fighter still needs experience against certain styles and is not at the "step up" stage

Once delegated, the assistant will try to make fights for the fighters.
For amateurs, he'll try to make a fight every 2 weeks.  To begin with, he'll try finding opponents of styles your fighter needs more experience in, and then once that hits a minimal threshold, he'll just try to find opponents to get your fighters class up.  As little is known about most amateur opponents at this level, most fighters will take losses - the assistant knows no more than you about who your fighter can realistically beat, but every fight is a helpful learning fight.

For professionals, the assistant will use trainer recommendations to find suitable opponents.
If he can find an opponent, he will try to schedule it on an AI show in the same country where there are enough unsold seats (so same rules as trying to schedule on an open show yourself).

If a fighter is entered into a tournament or called up for a title, the assistant will give back control to the promoter and you should get a message.  If a fighter reaches the "step up" stage, the assistant will give back control.  Finally, if the assistant is unable to make a fight for a month (after trying every game processing) he will give back control.

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