Please add regional pricing for Thailand (and Vietnam, Indonesia, Philippines)

Hello,

I live in Thailand where everything is at least 4 times as less expensive than the US. However, Blizzard store still doesn’t realise the fact that our minimum wage is only $10 USD per day. Other game store like Steam and Origin all have regional pricing for countries around the world including Thailand. However, the battle.net store still havn’t get a Thailand regional pricing yet, not even its own currency.
This stand true for many other South East Asia nation such as Vietnam, Indonesia and Philippines. So please, if you want your game, and other Activision game such as Call of Duty (which previously is on Steam) games to sell more, includes more regional pricing like other platfroms.

Hope that developers and management team will consider this feeback.

Thanks.

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I think it’s too expensive for thai people.

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I Agree Please ok ok

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If not could you at least take an action similar to the Epic Games Store since they reduce prices for accounts in areas such as Indonesia (where I am), Philippines, etc, but still using USD as the currency

I just want to buy the new COD but its too expensive here in Vietnam :frowning:

Whole-heartedly agreed. With the recent release of “Overwatch 2”, some friends of mine who just started playing really like some of the skins in the shop, but quickly turn it down due to how overpriced it is.

Also, do you guys realized that the shop page for the entirety of South Korea got the domain name “asia .shop .battle .net” when… you know… they are only ONE of the countries that belong in Asia (I know there are a lot of Asian players in South Korea but come on). You can’t just do that and lump the North Americans with (Non-Europe + Non-East-Asia) who has different rates of income and daily spending into a single region.

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I’m an Overwatch player and now it’s a F2P title with Battle Pass and Shop system I think the cosmetics are very pricey to the Southeast Asian people. Most of us cannot afford 10-20 USD for a skin. While income rates of the region are pretty low, the population is very big so Blizzard lose quite many potential customers here.

I would like to add that in Cambodia prices are in Euro. Local currencies here are USD and Khmer Riel. Paying in Euro makes it even more expensive than it already is.

hope they see this post

That would be amazing!! I live in Venezuela, and our minimum wage is only $10 USD per MONTH, so it is almost imposible for regular folks to buy this kind of games… I love gaming and it is so frustrating not being able to be part of this