PlayFish games to use Facebook credits from July

By Brenna Hillier, Wednesday, 20 April 2011 05:34 GMT

EA’s social gaming arm, PlayFish, will shortly drop its platform currency in favour of Facebook credits.

Develop reports the change brings PlayFish in-line with new Facebook policy against alternate currencies.

PlayFish is reportedly lining up various systems for converting player’s existing cash into Facebook credits, and has expressed enthusiasm for the change.

The currency change comes into effect on July 1.

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