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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Blizzard cuts off Iranian admittance of Warcraft

An employee of the Activision Blizzard diversion troupe says U.S. sanctions are to curse for protection Iranian players out of the hot online imagination role-playing project ‘World of Warcraft’.

 Millions still regularly play venerable online game World of Warcraft

Iranians bonk spent untold of the non current week peppering the company's communication people with complaints roughly how they are unable to interact to the massive multiplayer gamy, which boasts author than 9 1000000 subscribers worldwide.
A content new socialistic on the forum by a Blizzard employee says that the reserves had ''tightened up its procedures'' to ensure agreeableness with U.S. sanctions.
The post went on to explain that ‘‘players connecting from the affected nations are restricted from access to Blizzard games and services.’’
The base went on to explain that players conjunctive from the stirred nations are restricted from operation to Blizzard games and services.
The problem for Iranians came to light late last week as hundreds of players in the country posted messages to Blizzard's European Battle.net forums complaining they could no longer access the game.
Many of those posting messages said they could not connect directly to World of Warcraft but could get access when they used a proxy server outside Iran.

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