So, probably due to the reason that bonuspoints gotten from here can't be transferred nor testamented for the grandchildren, not everybody cares to hoard those for a long periods of time. What's more common though, is that there must be tons of unused, pointless, below 100 BP-accounts lying everywhere without any possibility to be used thoroughly. At the very same time when there's tons of games that has buy-ins ranging from 0.01€ to 0.65€. Makes sense, right?
Not too sure if it's some sort of tactical business plan, or just simply a matter of development resources or something, but would it be technically possible to add few new ticket-categories into the Store for nanotournaments below 1€ or 100BPs? For example, different tix category for 0.01€UO/UK centrolls and up, different tix for some of the normal nanoMTTs, 1 cent flips etc., so the extra BPs could all be used.
Sure, there're are probably way too many of those games with different buy-ins to be added separately in a form of tickets, so how about somekinds of "jokertickets" for few pre-set maximum value, with what you could buy in to any game below that maximum value? Like <0.01€, <0.10€, <0.25€, <0.50€ and <0.75€? Of course, the remaining leftover cents returning to the accounts, like with cash game tix. Or for the profit of Unibet, whatever.
It's kinda hard to think how increased amount of activity and players at games would be a bad thing. Not much of an increase, but still. +1 in the amount of played games for people - better overall playing experience. Besides that, it's just simply annoying to see perfectly good points gone waste. Doesn't really matter to WHERE they can be used, as long as they CAN be used, aye?