It is also unfair, because many of the richest members of Roblox are getting Player Points, and I don't think it is possible for them to get the amount they are gaining just by playing games, it is obvious they are buying their Points using Robux. The person in 1st at the very moment I write this article is The0neAnd0wnly who has roughly 916,500 Player Points - An extreme number seen as when I last looked about 13 hours ago he wasn't in the Top 100. This means he must've either been playing games for 13 hours straight or he spent thousands of Robux, thousands that most of us can only dream of one day owning.
I can imagine myself getting 1,000 Player Points and I can hope to get 5,000 - maybe even 10,000 - but getting roughly 50,000 Player Points is something I don't expect to gain in a year, nor 2 or 3 years, and probably not even in 5 years. So having the Top 7 in 6 digits is unbelievable and highly unlikely for the average Robloxian to even get close to.
The first forum post I have found about the idea of Player Points is quite different and was thought of by a TBC member Idot200 (Forum). I think his idea sounded pretty good, but a few tweaks and twists could've improved it greatly.
All in all, I think Player Points have a good front, but behind it all it's just another way to get money. I guess that is fair enough, but as a gamer I would prefer the Admins to take our feelings more into account.