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There are some games, which are buyable on Steam (in my case Assasin's Creed Revelations), but require a uplay account. How can you find out which uplay account is linked inside Steam?

It seems that the CD key is already taken and so I guess it's another uplay on which I activated the game (I used to play it) despite not remembering of having ever created another uplay account.

So is there any opportunity to do so or will it probably an issue for the ubisoft service?

  • As far as I'm aware Steam doesn't care what uPlay account you link it to, or even if you ever do, you've bought the game and have a key - what one you link to is your choice. – MattR Mar 29 '16 at 14:10
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No there is no way to find out which Uplay account is linked to which game.

If you have multiple accounts of Uplay then you have to be careful about which account is signed in. Steam clearly gives you keys which you have to activate on Uplay client.

As for your case, you must remember the email ID of the Uplay account otherwise, I am afraid even Uplay Customer support won't be able to help you.

  • Wrote to uplay support. Heard of cases that can tell you the account when you have the cd key... – h0ch5tr4355 Mar 29 '16 at 15:06
  • I hope that they help you......I also heard about this. The thing is as per their TnC you are not eligible but companies don't want to loose customers. So they should help you because they do have database with all the CD keys linked to particular account. So they can search that database and help you. Its also the case with Steam as well. – Gameranand Apr 1 '16 at 15:30
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I recently had the same problem and I contacted their phone for United States (you can find their phone by searching it up on google) and I sent in a ticket and told them what happened.

They said that if I give him the CD Key they could track it down and then they asked me some questions regarding the email and then they told me the email name.

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