As a general rule, if you're launching an online service, especially one that you expect many of your customers to pay $50 a year on top of paying for Internet access on their console, especially one tied to the sequel to one of the highest-selling video games in the entire history of the medium, especially one that, in the near future, you're hoping to turn into a freaking televised sport, you should make sure your customers can actually log into the service.
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