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The strength of a robot's CPU (Central Processing Unit) is expressed in the number of pFLOPS (Peta-FLoating-point Operations Per Second), which in turn is a measurement of computer performance. The more CPU you assign to a bot, the less energy it can use.
The only way to increase player Levels is by gaining experience after a match, where experience is gained by dealing damge, healing allies, destroying protonium crystals, spotting, etc. Increasing your player level used to increase the amount of CPU available.
How to check your CPU usage
While in your garage, look to the Bottom of your screen. You will see an energy bar to the left and the CPU bar to the right.
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