TM denies blocking PSN, Ubisoft, EA gaming servers; urges users to contact companies directly

TM believes that there are other factors that could be preventing users from connecting to game servers, such as multiple login attempts. — SAMUEL ONG/The Star

Telekom Malaysia (TM) has issued a statement saying the company is not blocking access to gaming servers, as was widely speculated on by users on social media over the past two weeks.

"We wish to clarify that Telekom Malaysia Berhad (TM) does not block gaming servers as we fully understand that in the current digital lifestyle, video games and e-sports plays a big part for a lot of people, including us!" TM said in a statement to The Star.

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