06-27-2013 04:38 AM
06-27-2013 04:57 AM - edited 06-27-2013 04:57 AM
Here you go, follow the link for info on MVPs and how to apply.
06-27-2013 05:01 AM
06-27-2013 05:05 AM
I was going to post that link but when i go to it the page doesn't exist. So i thought they moved it. Just now i'm realising that it's probably because I'm on my phone. They probably don't have a mobile version of that particular page.
Willing to bet that is the case, few things you can't do on the mobile version.
06-27-2013 06:03 AM - edited 06-27-2013 06:06 AM
The PlayStation MVP program is made up of highly engaged PlayStation community members. Each member brings a unique perspective on what it means to be a PlayStation fan. It takes all types of fans to build the fabric of PlayStation, and as such there are all types of MVPs
Some are Curators of Reference Content: The type of fan that knows where to find the best walkthrough, or the latest fan art at the drop of a hat.
Some are Event Creators: These fans build, or help maintain, community events like Game Nights and multiplayer Tournaments.
Some are Critique PlayStation's Services: These folks give targeted feedback on Network services, or other brand related offerings.
Some are Social Conduits: These MVPs use their Social media prowess to bring communities together
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions:
What is an MVP?
An MVP is a regular and dedicated PlayStation user that helps to support PlayStation Network by playing proactive roles during events, generating useful resources for the community, and providing feedback to PlayStation from their perspective as engaged gamers on PSN. MVPs are not employees of Sony Computer Entertainment America Inc., its parent company or any of its subsidiaries or affiliates (“SCEA”). They don’t formulate policy, or moderate PSN. They are bound to the same Terms of Service and User Agreement as any other user of PSN. They are simply highly engaged gamers that care about PlayStation and the PlayStation community.
Do MVPs moderate PSN and the forums?
No. In fact, they are forbidden from attempting to moderate or police official PlayStation Community destinations in any way beyond reporting abuses they encounter. We encourage every user to do this when they witness behavior that is a violation of the Terms of Service and User Agreement.
How can I identify an MVP?
You can identify an MVP by their special rank on the PlayStation Community Forums. Their name will be bold and red, and they will have "PlayStation MVP" as their forum rank/title. They will also have a unique red trophy icon next to their forum handle.
How can I become an MVP?
Apply here: http://us.playstation.com/ambassadorprogram/
Participation is at the Community Management team and Moderation's sole discretion and any user that is found guilty of violating the Terms of Service and User Agreement while classified as an MVP will potentially be removed from the program.
There is no minimum or maximum amount of time that you must commit to spending as an MVP. Of course, we prefer our participants to be very active in their communities.
Do MVPs know more about what is happening with PlayStation than other users?
Yes and No. Community Managers will oftentimes communicate details about events, services, and the general status of PlayStation to MVPs before messaging the community-at-large. This is done to amplify the spread of informatoin to all users about our initiatives.
Do MVPs get their own private forum?
Yes they do. It offers us a very simple and easy means of communicating with them and maintaining a log of data as time rolls on.
If you have more questions, then I encourage you to seek out an MVP and ask them for some first hand feedback on what it's like to be in the program. If you have ideas about the program feel free to contact me with your feedback
06-27-2013 06:11 AM - edited 06-27-2013 06:12 AM
How do you become A PlayStation MVP? just wondering. Also How do you make the PlayStation Banner or calling card thats at the bottom of the post. Because I want to make one.
If you go to the top right of the page, next to where your screenname is displayed, and click my settings you will get the following screen. You just need to put what you want as your signature (calling card) in the 3rd box down from the top. If you want to use an image you need to enter the proper HTML code to do so as I did in this example