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Blizzard EU in the terms of service

OnekamaOnekama Member UncommonPosts: 28

Just got this email. Just a name change? or something more. .. Any thoughts?

 



Greetings,

We have a short but important announcement that we wanted to share with our players. World of Warcraft is currently an operation of Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. (USA), but starting April 14, 2009, the game operator will be Blizzard Entertainment's central European entity, Blizzard Entertainment S.A.S. (France), and will be referred to as such in the game's Terms of Use going forward. Our European office has been an essential part of our global operations since before the launch of World of Warcraft, and this update better reflects its role within our organization, as well as our continued commitment to our European players.

This is an administrative change -- your World of Warcraft game experience will not be impacted. If for any reason you do not agree to this change you may terminate your account with effect from March 31, 2009 by accessing the cancellation feature in the account management page at https://www.wow-europe.com/account/. Note that your continued use of the World of Warcraft service indicates that you agree to the change.

We're looking forward to continuing to enhance your World of Warcraft gaming experience in the year ahead, and as always, we wish you happy continued adventures in Azeroth!

The World of Warcraft Team

 

Comments

  • VrikaVrika Member EpicPosts: 6,414

    I think it's just another scam.

    EDIT: After doing a bit of research, it might actually be real. I got that same e-mail too, and it seems to lead to correct address. But for you own safety, never follow any e-mail links anywhere and then give your pass. If you want to cancel, go manually to www.wow-europe.com and follow the links to account management from there.

     
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