10-31-2012 12:01 PM
I have been a PlayStation Owner since 2010 I do have to ask about Gamesharing.
I understand it is against the terms of service. I have a PlayStation in Texas that I bought I also have one in Wisconsin that I bought. I
go to my girlfriend's house 10-15 times a month and well sometimes I want to play the games but they are in Wisconsin and well my question is can I gameshare my PlayStation Network account even though it is in a different household and a different state. It is still my property and there are no risks of doing this because we are together. I was hoping that is okay to Gameshare in that situation. I use it almost as much as the ps3 I have in Wisconsin. It has been boggling my mind for quite some time now.
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10-31-2012 12:56 PM
10-31-2012 01:43 PM
Gamesharing is when you give your information (email and password) to another person so that they can get the games on your account for free. If YOU sign into a different PS3 with YOUR account, that is not gamesharing. It is YOUR account. You can use another PS3 in a different state or a different country if you want to. It is your account.