소니, 'PlayStation Stars' 출시...충성도 높은 유저에게 보상

Sony introduced a new loyalty program called PlayStation Stars that will give gamers loyalty points and rewards. PlayStation Stars members can redeem points for PSN wallet funds, the payment method for game purchases and select PlayStation Store items. The program is free to join and launches later this year. PlayStation also unveiled digital collectibles for loyal members to earn.

Sony is launching new loyalty program ‘PlayStation Stars’ to reward gamers – TechCrunch

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