The PlayStation Network service moves from Sony Computer Entertainment to the new Sony Network Entertainment America on April 1st. SNEA also oversees Sony's Bravia brand, as well as the Sony Dash hardware and their Blu-ray players.
What does this mean for you, gamer? There's going to be a new terms agreement for service come April 1st that you'll have to agree to. Qriocity has these terms listed now, says Gamasutra. When you accept, your PSN wallets will be transfered over. Those users who choose to decline the new terms and conditions will have their PSN accounts closed and their wallets refunded.
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