1) Yes it does normally but by putting it in the US, is actual allows other nations more support than they would get normally too. To move the GC and give more teams a chance to get home field advantage is a nice idea in theory, I won't disagree there. 2) Glad we can agree 3) Ok so it is a misinterpretation on both our parts. Glad we can clear that up. I don't know if they will, your right know one knows for a fact. However things are decided in business on projections, so if CCAF did nothing different marketing wise and just tried the to host in Mexico, the would make less money. Adjustments have to be made, for instance, the peso is 0.061 to 1 dollar, so 80 dollar seats for an game would be about 1303 pesos. CCAF can't charge that for a game, it has to be brought down to an affordable value for the average Mexican fan, that means that an 80 dollar US seat is worth 40 dollars because they are charging 500 for instance. So gates go down but the cost of having a crew to shot and etc stay the same since travel and lodging is in USD. Mexico has all the technological stuff to show a match which is good but would be a problem in other CCAF countries.