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    Default How to link different systems to zen account?

    Hi guys!

    How the heck do I link my steam account, psn account, and IOS account to the same zen account?

    Also how do I add friends from each system to my zen account so I can see them on the various systems?

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    Would like to know this too. I don't even see an import table button in the lower right.

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    *bump*

    I'm playing on PS4 and my buddy is on Steam, anyone know how we can share scores/challenge each other?

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    Hey guys,

    unfortunately, this is not something that can be done. Since iOS, the PSN store or Steam are operated by different companies and are totally different systems we are not allowed to do cross-platform purchases. Would be cool though

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    Quote Originally Posted by McLovin View Post
    Hey guys,

    unfortunately, this is not something that can be done. Since iOS, the PSN store or Steam are operated by different companies and are totally different systems we are not allowed to do cross-platform purchases. Would be cool though
    Hi McLovin. It seems like this isn't really related to purchasing, but to friend lists. Is there no way to see the high scores of my friends playing on different platforms, or to challenge them to a game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toastx86 View Post
    Hi McLovin. It seems like this isn't really related to purchasing, but to friend lists. Is there no way to see the high scores of my friends playing on different platforms, or to challenge them to a game?
    You can see score of people on other platforms, and compete, depending on which platforms. PlayStation Network + Steam can see each others scores on the leaderboards, challenge each other and play in the same tourneys, so can Xbox One + Windows 10 + Steam.

    But while you can see the scores of people on other platforms, this is only if you manually scroll through the list of EVERY one on the leadboard and try and find your friends name. Which is okay, but not user friendly or easy. I think there should and could be a better way, either a zen friends list, or like suggested here, link multiple platform accounts to you zen account. That way you can sort the leaderboards easier. The tournaments work quite well for competing with friends though, and I am having a good time with it. I made a thread about this friends list issue not realizing this thread was going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ONEEYEDKILLAh View Post
    You can see score of people on other platforms, and compete, depending on which platforms. PlayStation Network + Steam can see each others scores on the leaderboards, challenge each other and play in the same tourneys, so can Xbox One + Windows 10 + Steam.

    But while you can see the scores of people on other platforms, this is only if you manually scroll through the list of EVERY one on the leadboard and try and find your friends name. Which is okay, but not user friendly or easy. I think there should and could be a better way, either a zen friends list, or like suggested here, link multiple platform accounts to you zen account. That way you can sort the leaderboards easier. The tournaments work quite well for competing with friends though, and I am having a good time with it. I made a thread about this friends list issue not realizing this thread was going on.
    So, my friend plays on Steam and I play on PS4. On PS4, I went to Sorceror's Lair (a table I know he's played a lot), and checked the 'Friends' leaderboard, no scores were shown. Last night, I installed Pinball FX3 on Steam, where he plays, and the same thing happened. Seems like a bug?

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    I have separate accounts on Steam and Xbox / W10.

    Would be much happier if the "Zen" account could actually merge things together form both of these......

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