PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS CN STEAM CD KEY £12.50 @ Kinguin
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PLAYERUNKNOWN'S BATTLEGROUNDS CN STEAM CD KEY £12.50 @ Kinguin

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Found 4th Feb
The game is region blocked to China so how you activate it is that you download a proxy and set it to china also use this discount code
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if you have to pay extra for insurance for the actual purchase of an item, how is this not suspicious to everyone?
like you buy something at a market stall and they offer to replace the item at an extra cost, you know just in case at some point in the future that item is just taken away from you randomly, oh why would it get taken away? oh no reason, nothing suspicious at all, nothing stolen here, you probabbly don't need insurence, that thing your bought won't get taken away
Cold, don't buy from Kinguin pay the extra.
Buyer Beware !
I purchased a couple of cheap War Thunder packs from a Kinguin seller before Christmas. They activated okay and I got the premium content and in game currency. All was well for a month or so then one day I could not login. When I asked Customer Service why they said that my account had been permanently banned as the codes were "stolen" and effectively my account was in debt.
I have been playing WT for over 5 years and had max level with many premium planes and tanks unlocked, some of which I had paid good money for. I asked if they could remove the content or reset my account to before the codes were entered but they refused so I lost 5 years of grind. I now have to start from scratch with a new account. I still annoys me every day when I think of all the content I have lost but I guess it was my own fault for trying to save a couple of quid.
Some key re-sellers are okay but I would never use Kinguin again.
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Cold, don't buy from Kinguin pay the extra.
To me, it's not worth the hassle. This is an example of the discount not being worth the effort. Appreciate the post, though!
if you have to pay extra for insurance for the actual purchase of an item, how is this not suspicious to everyone?
like you buy something at a market stall and they offer to replace the item at an extra cost, you know just in case at some point in the future that item is just taken away from you randomly, oh why would it get taken away? oh no reason, nothing suspicious at all, nothing stolen here, you probabbly don't need insurence, that thing your bought won't get taken away
Stone cold
You may need to set up a dedicated Steam login if you're going to do this.
I've seen reports of people having their accounts deleted if Steam realise you're using a VPN to do this.
e.g. make sure you ALWAYS use the VPN when you create account, buy and play the game.
Not something I've tried myself - too risky
You'd think dodgy keys from dodgy sites that need a VPN to be activated/played wouldn't be allowed on here.
Using a VPN/Proxy to activate keys from another region is against the Steam's terms of service. This can result in your account being locked/banned if you're caught. Throw in the fact you have to pay extra for "insurance" to make sure the key works and this is one dodgy "deal"
Buyer Beware !
I purchased a couple of cheap War Thunder packs from a Kinguin seller before Christmas. They activated okay and I got the premium content and in game currency. All was well for a month or so then one day I could not login. When I asked Customer Service why they said that my account had been permanently banned as the codes were "stolen" and effectively my account was in debt.
I have been playing WT for over 5 years and had max level with many premium planes and tanks unlocked, some of which I had paid good money for. I asked if they could remove the content or reset my account to before the codes were entered but they refused so I lost 5 years of grind. I now have to start from scratch with a new account. I still annoys me every day when I think of all the content I have lost but I guess it was my own fault for trying to save a couple of quid.
Some key re-sellers are okay but I would never use Kinguin again.
condracky54 m ago

You'd think dodgy keys from dodgy sites that need a VPN to be …You'd think dodgy keys from dodgy sites that need a VPN to be activated/played wouldn't be allowed on here.


You also think consoles with illegal roms on wouldn't be allowed, but editors regularly post them.
I've been using Kinguin for buying games for years now. They've always been great. And, as always, choose your seller carefully and you'll never have a problem.

However, vpn related deals are a big no-no. It's never worth it.
Just use Gamesdeal.com - Bought PUBG for £14 - Steam cloud activation. Works perfectly, paying with Paypal might take some time for email to come through with activation. also bought CS:GO for £4 and both activated and working fine - no restrictions.
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