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PlayStation Network now rewards gamers for number of trophies they collect

/ 02:54 PM November 06, 2017

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The Sony Rewards program recently launched a new feature allowing players to exchange PlayStation Network trophies into real-world credits.

According to Kotaku, the different PSN trophies will be equivalent to certain point denominations. Silver trophies will get one point each, gold trophies 10 points, and platinum trophies 100 points each.

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One can exhange 1,000 points for a $10 (roughly P500) PSN voucher. Acquiring enough points would require some dedication since trophies are not always easy to get. On the other hand, smaller denominations could still be used to purchase music or movies.

However, PSN users need to have been enrolled in the Sony Rewards program prior to the launch of this new feature. If not, their old trophies will not be counted. Only trophies earned after registering for Rewards will be counted for the points tally.

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So far, this point exchange system has only been made available for US players.  Alfred Bayle /ra

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TOPICS: game trophies, PlayStation Network, point system, PSN, Sony Rewards
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