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I have an Xbox live account, from which I play GTA. I also have a Rockstar social club account. However when I log into it, I don't see any statistics or even an indication that I own the game.

Within the GTA universe, I received the perks of having a social club account (free garages and GTR).

How are these two accounts associated?

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Within the Rockstar Social Club, after logging in, look for linked acccounts. From there, you'll be able to select the Xbox icon and begin the process of linking your 2 accounts. I do not know if linking an account after you played some will sync all your past progress, but I would assume it will.

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Previous Rockstar games asked you to sign up with your Rockstar Social Club account automatically, this is no longer the case with GTA 5.

What I did, was open the start menu, switch to the Settings tab, and select the Facebook option. You will be asked to sign up to the Rockstar Social Club before you can link your Facebook account to it.

You do not need a Facebook account, nor do you need to link it to your game at all; it is merely the only way I found to sign up to the Rockstar Social Club on GTA 5. It is possible that this will change upon release of GTA Online.

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There is an easier way. Link your xbox live account to your social club the game will eventually automatically link the game to your social club account –  Ramhound Sep 28 '13 at 18:01
    
@Ramhound Yeah, well in my case GTA 5 was the first Rockstar game I've played on the PS3, so my PSNID was never linked to my RSC one. –  Nolonar Sep 28 '13 at 19:43
    
Same here didn't have a Social Club account before GTA5 thus if you link the account through a browser you have to do nothing in game –  Ramhound Sep 28 '13 at 22:32
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