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So I have two PSN accounts and I was wondering if this can happen with even single players?

  • I'm sorry, my understanding is not here right now please leave a message. Could you explain this a bit better? I'm not sure what you mean. – MadMrCrazy Jul 31 '17 at 9:46
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No.

Public information about ban reasons says nothing about game sharing or using multiple trials on one device. List of ban reasons (they are mostly related to online interactions):

  • Modified System Software
  • Modified Hardware
  • Reversal of Charges
  • Share/Hijack Account
  • Offensive Images or Audio
  • Exploiting a Game Glitch
  • Verbal/Text Abuse
  • Hate Speech
  • Your Personal Information
  • Another Person's Personal Information
  • Abuse of Grief Reporting Function
  • Impersonating Another User
  • Spamming
  • Grooming
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Account Scamming
  • Impersonating an SIEA Representative
  • Child Protection
  • Inappropriate Online ID
  • Team Killing
  • Cheat Codes
  • Voice Communication Blocking
  • Uploading Pornographic or Obscene Image
  • Community Standards Abuse
  • Cheating
  • False Registration Information
  • Fraud
  • Disrupting a Game

For details visit Information on Banned Accounts and Consoles.

And from my personal experience: I have 2 PSN accounts on my PS4, all purchases and PS+ subscriptions are done on one of them, user from another is able to play all the games (at least in single player). No bans for us so far. I will update this answer is I ever get banned :)

See also this answer for details on account sharing.

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