The National University of Singapore (NUS) has been working on a new database that will allow users to search for specific players using their IP addresses.
The database was launched in September, but it is currently only available to Singaporean users.
The search function on the NUS website has already been improved to support the new database, with new queries appearing automatically when the users browse the site.
There is currently a dedicated section on the website where users can look for specific IP addresses that have been linked to the search function, but there is no indication if the new search engine is being tested.
The NUS has already partnered with the UK’s Channel Islands, which have been testing the new PPP system.
A new database is not the only change in the PPP protocol that has been rolled out since the release of FIFA 17 last year.
FIFA 17 had an API that allowed for third-party apps to use the PVP feature.
This meant that players who owned third-parties’ PPP systems could access their information in a more transparent way.
The PVP API has been removed from FIFA 17, but the new API is still available on the PPU.
This new PPU, called the PUTP, is being released to the public soon.