Playstation Network Reaches 20 Million Accounts

Sony Computer Entertainment today announced that the cumulative number of registered accounts on PlayStation Network worldwide has exceeded 20 million as of February 20, 2009.

The registered accounts on PlayStation Network reached 5 million in 1 year and 2 months, 10 million in 1 year and 8 months, and exceeded 20 million in only 2 years and 3 months from the service launch on November 11, 2006.

PlayStation Network is a free to access network service for PLAYSTATION 3 and PSP. Directly accessible from PS3, PSP or PC, users are able to enjoy a broad range of on-line content and services, including on-line gaming, video chat and text messaging with other PS3 users on-line, as well as many games and video content downloadable from PlayStation Store. Since its launch, PlayStation Network has expanded its services to over 55 countries and regions around the globe, gaining strong support from users for its breadth of entertainment content available for both PS3 and PSP systems in addition to its free to use basic features and services.

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Playstation Network Reaches 20 Million Accounts

360boyat 18:10 28/2/2009...Your the idiot!Xbox live is no better than psn and costs money aswell.I know this because i own both a ps3 and a 360.Knobs like you dont have a clue what your talking about.All you can yap on about is fanboy crap.I like both consoles but i prefer my ps3 mainly because it doesnt sound like a fooking jet engine when a disc is in.And yeah i have the supposedly quite later version.God help the older 360 owners.

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