How come the standings on the Leaderboards sometimes change after a tournament ends

The ITS collects data from all machines at the end of the day. Because of this, the Leaderboards are usually a day behind and need an extra day to catch up with real-time play. The ITS collects and processes the final data to determine final standings. Sometimes this takes a few days, due to unattended or off-line games. When the final data is collected, it is processed to eliminate ineligible players and invalidated entries. The final Leaderboards are then sent back to the games at the next call. This process may take a few days.

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