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Sony to expand PlayStation business in South America

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 03 Jun 2009 23:21 User comments (3)

Sony to expand PlayStation business in South America According to Sony America boss Jack Tretton, the company is preparing to expand their PlayStation business further into South America, marketing their consoles more in Brazil, Uruguay and Paraguay.
The company hopes to make $750 million USD in regional sales for the fiscal 2009 year.

At the same time, Tretton added that the PlayStation Network now has 24 million accounts worldwide, but a small number from South America.

Moving to more general facts, Tretton applauded the aging PS2, which still manages to make brisk sales despite being almost a decade old. Tretton says 100 titles will be released for the console in 2009.

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3 user comments

13.6.2009 23:26

Good for them.

24.6.2009 3:10

Let the bootlegging begin amigos

34.6.2009 14:46

Quote:
Let the bootlegging begin amigos
Umm. Ok?

Anyway im glad to see this happening. Now maybe I can play with some of my friends in Brazil

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