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SOE Live Via Stream Announced

Posted Aug 12, 2014 by Suzie Ford

SOE Live Via Stream Announced

For those unable to attend this week's SOE Live in Las Vegas, there is good news on the horizon. SOE will be live streaming over twenty events and panels to be held during the annual convention. Interested fans can also purchase a stream upgrade and have access to even more SOE Live goodness.

For those you who won't be joining us in person for SOE Live this year (or are watching the stream from onsite), we are pleased to announce that over 20 hours of the convention will be streamed for free on! Along with the free livestreams, we also invite you to make the most of the show by offering the SOE Live Digital Pass as an optional upgrade.

The $20 USD pass grants you exclusive in-game items for PlanetSide 2 and H1Z1, a 7 Day Landmark Beta Key, a Twitch chat badge, and most importantly 11 fun Twitch chat emoticons which will be available to use through July 31st, 2015. This is your chance to partake in the SOE Live excitement from anywhere in the world, and get cool in-game swag!

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What cool in-game items do I get?

  • H1Z1 “Mourning Wood” Nail-bat (Available at Early Access launch. Requires software purchase at Early Access release.)
  • PlanetSide 2 “Hunter QCX-P”
  • Landmark 7 Day Beta Key

Read more on the SOE Live blog.

SOE Live will also be hosting a special event with Able Gamers to celebrate SOE's commitment to disabled games by providing the same experience for all players.

Sony Online Entertainment invited AbleGamers to participate in SOE Live as a “Coming Home” party to mark the 10th year anniversary of where it all began.

“We’re always thrilled to be working with SOE,” said Steven Spohn, Chief Operations Officer of the AbleGamers Charity. “Without SOE’s early support for this newfangled thing called ‘game accessibility,’ AbleGamers might not have become the international charity, fighting for millions of gamers with disabilities, which it is today.”

“In many ways, it’s not just a homecoming for AbleGamers,” added Barlet. “Sony companies have been stepping up their game again recently, supporting us from multiple studios. We’re honored for the support and to be coming home.”

Suzie Ford / Suzie is the Associate Editor and News Manager at Follow her on Twitter @MMORPGMom