• Petitioned Sony Computer Entertainment

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Sony Computer Entertainment

Allow PSN sub-accounts to be upgraded to master accounts

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To get the full benefits of the PlayStation Network, users need to have master accounts. However, many people are instead stuck with sub-accounts that only provide half of the benefits. Users that registered before they were 18 are forever stuck with accounts that are sub-par to master accounts. Most people would have simply lied about their age, but those of us who told the truth are actually being punished for it. New accounts are easy to make, but we would lose all of our trophies and other data tied to the original account. Simply allowing sub-accounts whose owners are 18 or older would be a drastic, yet easy, improvement to the PlayStation Network.

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    Reasons for signing

    • jpn villa CORAL SPRINGS, FL
      • 9 months ago

      i had this account since 4th grade, and I cant do nothing

    • John Thorsell VäSTERåS, SWEDEN
      • 9 months ago

      Because I want my children to be able to use ALL the features of PS4!

    • Spencer Smith CINCINNATI, OH
      • 9 months ago

      This is important because I've used a sub-account for for the past 6 years and have a lot of data on it that I do not want to lose. On top of that, Sony has made it so that now, if I want to keep my account, I do not get access to main PS4 features.

    • Ryan Banek VANCOUVER, CANADA
      • 10 months ago

      I would like to be able to change my sub account to a master account

    • Rob Cameron HAYNESVILLE, LA
      • 10 months ago

      Its easy to create a new account, but if I were to do so I would loose all my save data, friends list, trophies, along with all the games and dlc ive purchased on psn for the past 7 years. It seems it wouldn't be difficult to simply give the master account the ability to select weather or not the sub accounts have certain restrictions.


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