Sony has successfully launched its PlayStation Stars loyalty program in Europe and Australia. This comes after the reward system debuted in Asia on September 29th and then in North and South America on October 5th.
The PlayStation Stars program offers two types of rewards: loyalty points and digital collectibles. Points can be redeemed for PSN wallet funds, exclusive digital assets, and select PlayStation Store items. Also, PlayStation Plus subscribers enrolled in the PlayStation Stars program can automatically earn points for PlayStation Store purchases.
“Digital collectibles represent the things that PlayStation fans enjoy, including cherished devices that tap into Sony’s broader heritage in consumer electronics,” said Grace Chen, PlayStation’s vice president of network advertising, loyalty, and licensed merchandise.
The PlayStation Stars program will only be available via the PlayStation App at first. However, Sony is planning on expanding this system to consoles at a later date.
Interested individuals around the globe can sign up for the PlayStation Stars program now using their PlayStation Network account. To learn more about the reward system, click here.
(All information was provided by Video Games Chronicle)
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