PSN card gets immigrant status

Gamers living in Canada have, for the most part, had it pretty easy when it comes to gaming paraphernalia availability. When something is listed for release in the US, our neighbors to the north rarely have to pull out a calculation chart to figure out when it will arrive on their doorstep unlike, you know, those other people across the ocean.

Thankfully, there is no more waiting for PS3 owners in the land of lacrosse and hockey who wish to purchase items from the PlayStation Network but refuse to share their credit card information. Kyle Moffatt, Senior Public Relations Specialist for Sony Computer Entertainment Canada, said today that Sony has made PSN cards, in $20 and $50 denominations, available to Canadian gamers at area EB Games and GameStop stores. Moffatt continues that the cards will also be sold at “Best Buy, Future Shop, HMV, The Source by Circuit City and Rogers Plus entertainment locations with more to come.”

Sorry UK, still no word on your Sony love.