Amazon shuts down Prime Video service for Russia, Sony also canceled the sale of PlayStation Store, console

Apart from Amazon, EV Games, CD Project Red, Take Two, Ubisoft, Activision Blizzard and Epic Games have also stopped their sales in Russia.

While the three-month plan can now be bought for Rs 329, while from December 14, it will cost Rs 459. At the same time, for a month’s plan, till now users have to pay only Rs 129, while from tomorrow it will have to pay Rs 179.

Russia’s attack on UkraineRussia-Ukraine WarIn opposition to e-commerce segment giant Amazon (Amazon) also now Prime Video service in Russia (prime video service) has announced closure. Amazon said that now Russian customers Prime Video (prime video) will not be able to enjoy. Along with this, the company has canceled the consignment of retail products to Russia and Belarus. Amazon will also not take new orders for New World, its only video game to be sold directly in Russia. The company said that it will no longer accept new AWS customers based in Russia and Belarus and third party sellers from Amazon.

Apart from Amazon, EVE Games, CD Projekt Red, Take Two, Ubisoft, Activision Blizzard and Epic Games have also stopped their sales in Russia. Amazon said that it is in contact with several organizations and NGOs to provide humanitarian aid to Ukraine. Amazon has also given a grant of $ 5 million for this. More than ten thousand employees of Amazon have also given a grant for this.

Prime Video service closed in Russia

Through Amazon, thousands of people from all over the world have given grants to help the people of Ukraine.

Apart from Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Samsung, Netflix and PayPal have also stopped their service in Russia. Visa and Mastercard have also closed their business.

Sony cancels sale of PlayStation Store, consoles in Russia

Sony’s gaming division Sony Interactive Entertainment has announced that it will halt hardware shipments and software launches in Russia, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The company will also stop shipments of the new racing game Gran Turismo 7 in the country.

“Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) joins the global community in calling for peace in Ukraine,” SIE spokesperson Joe Tarborelli said in a statement shared with The Verge. We have suspended all software and hardware shipments, the launch of Gran Turismo 7 and PlayStation Store operations in Russia.

(with IANS input)

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