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PlayStation Network services transferring to SNEA

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 27 Mar 2011 3:25 User comments (6)

PlayStation Network services transferring to SNEA Sony has revealed that PSN services will be taken over by Sony Network Entertainment America.
The switch will be made on April 1, and the impact of the change on end users should be minimal. Gamers digital wallets and funds will be transfered over to SNEA. Users will be required to accept a new Terms of Service and User Agreement with SNEA.

Failing to accept the new terms will result in the closure of accounts and funds being refunded to the user.

The switch of online services from Sony Computer Entertainment America (SCEA) to SNEA has been expected for some time now as SNEA already manages the online operations of other Sony products such as Bravia, Blu-ray Players and Dash.

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6 user comments

127.3.2011 4:31

All ur electronics are belong to us!

227.3.2011 5:48

obviously the courts are more favourable in the new location

327.3.2011 15:11

My PS3 is nicely jailbroken...I could give a rats a$$ who runs

Just my $0.02,


427.3.2011 15:45

Haha, accept a new ToS... Probably includes "...console is subject to complete data removal, location tracking, and remote lockdown..." along with "...use of the word(s) jail, break, or any combination of the two will result in immediate termination from all Sony services, and/or unrestrained anti-criminal action..."

528.3.2011 15:17

GUIDE: How To Log-In To PSN with Banned PS3:

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 28 Mar 2011 @ 15:18

Live Free or Die.
The rule above all the rules is: Survive !
Capitalism: Funnel most of the $$$ to the already rich.

629.3.2011 7:34

I can smell the yearly subscription cooking...

No time for Leap frog!!!

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