Updated 25 Юли 2017

How to change your sign-in ID

This article is about what a sign-in ID is, why we ask you to verify your email address, how to change your sign-in ID and how to resolve issues with your sign-in ID.

What is a sign-in ID?

Every SEN account has a sign-in ID linked to it which must be a valid email address to ensure that every user has a unique sign-in ID. We strongly recommend that you make sure you use an up to date and accessible email address to help to keep your account secure and so we can contact you with important account information.

What is email verification?

We may ask you to verify your email address either at the time that you create your account or at a later time. This is so we can make sure your email address is accurate and up to date.

How do I verify my email address?

We may prompt you to verify after signing into your PlayStation Network account. We will send you an email containing a link. Simply click the link to verify and continue to sign in.

How do I change my sign-in ID?

You can change your sign in ID by going to [Account Information] on your PlayStation system or by going to [Account Details] on the SEN Account Management website.

If you would like step by step instructions, select the device you will be using:

What do I do if I’m having problems changing my sign in ID?

  • This may be because you have lost your connection to the internet or because PlayStation Network is currently undergoing maintenance.  Check your internet connection and check for maintenance announcements.
  • If you cannot change your sign in ID because the email address you want to change it to is already being used, contact us for help.
  • If you have not changed your sign in ID, but receive an email notifying you that you have, contact us as soon as possible.
  • If you cannot remember the email address you used to set up your account, you cannot use the methods listed here. Please contact us and provide the following information instead: 
  1. Online ID
  2. A copy of your ID. For example your passport or driving license.