Intro

I'm seeing a lot of giveaways lately that has incorrectly set regional restrictions. By "incorrect" I mean that there is no keys that may have a restrictions like this. Of course, it could be that people doing this on purpose, to keep people from some countries from entering, but I believe this is just honest mistake, and people just misunderstand how region locks works. So I decided to write a guide, how to find out what lock has your key (if any). This is a compilation from my old explanations in comments + some new text, so if you see some bad wording or need more explanation - report it, and I will do my best to improve it.

General information

Games could be region locked due to various reasons. Main reason is to maximize publisher's profits by preventing games sold with regional reduced price in "poor" regions to be transferred to users from "rich" regions. But it may happen because publisher don't have a license to sell their game in certain regions, or because content of the games goes against the laws of the region. Depending on reason of region lock, game may be locked to be activated only inside some region, or to be activated anywhere except some region.
To understand region locks, we first need to understand how steam subscriptions work. Every game in steam has a identifier, called AppID. This is a number, that is assigned to every game, tool, or dlc. But there is a catch - when you buy a game or redeem a key, steam does not assign AppID to your account directly, instead, it assign a package, identified by another number, called PackageID or SubID (Actually, PackageID and SubID is slightly different entities, but for this guide the difference is not important). A key (or game bought from steam) contains exactly one SubID, but one SubID may contain multiple AppIDs (like, multiple games in one package, or game and DLCs). And when we talk about region locks - we talk about SubID, because it's SubID that can be region locked.

Notice

Sometimes, some publishers, instead of doing multiple SubID for one AppID, make different AppID with same game for different regions. Technically, those are handled as two separate games, so for example steamgifts may show that you don't have a game, while in reality you do. Most known (and problematic) is Battle vs Chess and Check vs Mate. The same game, two different appIDs for different regions. A lot of confused creators and winners. Those cases are rare and thus not covered in this guide.

Finding out what SubID your key have.

Steam key activates SubID, not AppID, and game may have multiple SubID, and there is no way to find SubID of particular key except of activation, and even then it's not that easy. If we can afford to redeem a key to find out SubID, there is multiple ways to do it, described below.

Using SteamDB browser extension

SteamDB web extension shows steam package activated on account, you just need to open page with game packaged, the one you have will be highlighted, like this: https://imgur.com/pi7At4j

Using Steam Console

To enable console mode in the Steam client you just copy the following text to the address bar of your browser and press enter:

steam://nav/console

If you want console to be always available in your steam client, you may also add "-console" to the target field in your Steam shortcut.

There should now appear a "Console" tab in your Steam client and at the bottom will be a text field for entering commands into.

Licenses can be checked from the console using the licenses_for_app xxxxxx command.

All we need to do here is replace "xxxxxx" with the APPID of your game. For example, I will check my license for DOOM, AppID = 379720:

licenses_for_app 379720

This will result in a printout like this:

License packageID 99365:

  • State : Active( flags 0 ) - Purchased : Wed Jan 1 14:56:17 2020 in "UA", CD Key
  • Apps : 379720, (1 in total)
  • Depots : 379721, 379722, 379723, 379724, 379725, 379726, 379727, 379728, 379729, 446371, 446372, 446373, (12 in total)

The number showed after text "License packageID " is the SubID for your game. (99365)

Using ASF

If you are a user of ASF, then upon activating the key through it, ASF will show package ID right in activation response, like this:

Status: OK/NoDetail | Items: [8566, Syberia]

Using activation in browser

To view the exact SubId upon key activation in browser:

  • Go to the ACTIVATE A PRODUCT ON STEAM page
  • Open browser's Developer Tools (typically press F12 on keyboard)
  • View Network info (on Chrome) and optionally clear it
  • On the page, enter the key and click Continue button
  • In the browser tool's Network info, double click the last request/response
  • Look for the package number in the API response - This is the exact SubID
    (thanks to RenegadeMeister for this addition to guide)

What if we can't afford to activate key?

Even without knowing package number, you can guess one - for example, if there is a package, that can only be activated in a number of countries, and your country is in this list - then there is a high chance you will get this package (unless it is known that you buy from totally disregards it). So, in most cases, if you don't know for sure - it's better to expect worst-case scenario.

Finding out what restrictions the key may have

I recommend using the site https://steamlocked.com to determine existing packages with region locks. You may use any other site or tool that gives information about steam SubIDs, but steamlocked is convenient way to see all SubIDs on one page.
Let's take DOOM for example: https://steamlocked.com/app/379720
On this page, you can see a drop-down box titled "Your country". Let's for this example leave it as default, "United States".
And below there is see such text:

There is a risk you won't be able to ACTIVATE your copy from these countries
Argentina China Honduras Russia
Armenia Colombia Kazakhstan Suriname
Azerbaijan Costa Rica Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan
Bahamas Ecuador Mexico Turkmenistan
Belarus El Salvador Moldova Ukraine
Belize French Guiana Nicaragua Uruguay
Bolivia Georgia Panama Uzbekistan
Brazil Guatemala Paraguay Venezuela
Chile Guyana Peru
There is a risk you won't be able to ACTIVATE and RUN your copy from these countries
Armenia Georgia Moldova Turkmenistan
Azerbaijan Kazakhstan Russia Ukraine
Belarus Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan Uzbekistan

Now, there is a catch. "from these countries" corresponds to "your copy", not to "ACTIVATE and RUN"! So, what they meant to say is "If your key comes from this list of countries, you may be unable to activate and run it". In our example, if key is from, let's say, from Peru, you won't be able to activate it in your country you have choose above(United States). If key was bought, for example, in Armenia - you won't be able to activate it if your country is not in the second list. But people in Armenia will still be able to activate keys from elsewhere (except of the first list, obviously, so if key was bought in Argentina - people from Armenia won't be able to activate it). But the text on steamlocked is ambiguous, so common mistake is when people buy a game from not-restricted country (for example US), see the text above and make a giveaway excluding all the countries listed in it. In reality, key from US will not be restricted, and could be redeemed in any country, but people from those countries will be unable to enter this giveaway. What even worse, some key shops also provide incorrect information like that, leading to more incorrectly-restricted giveaways. Basically, this part of page tells about region locks from redeemer point of view, so if you are planning to buy a key to have to, kinda, reverse it (or use Raw Data method described below)

Analyzing Raw data

There is another, slightly more complex, but more precise method to determine region restrictions: apart from the text above, steamlocked provides "Raw data" section, with all SubIDs listed. It's a data, retrieved directly from steam (slightly re-worded in case of steamlocked.com, but still), so this data will be the same on other steam tools, for example on steamdb.info. I will explain in steamlocked.com terms. Of course, if you were able to determine exact SubID of your key - you don't need to analyze all existing packages, you just check the row with your SubID and get precise data about region locks it have.

Package may be restricted in two ways - it may have a list of countries where activation is ALLOWED (and it can not be activated in other countries), or it may have a list of countries where activation is NOT ALLOWED (and it can only be activated in other countries). Apart of activation restrictions, it may also have restrictions on RUNNING in selected countries (so, even if you have activated this package from one of those countries - you won't be able to RUN this game when being abroad). Some examples below:

SubID: |    70918 
Package name:   -
Billingtype:    Store & CD-Key
Cross region gifting and trading:   Blocked
Banned countries:   DE

In this example there is a Banned countries: field. This is a case when ACTIVATION in NOT ALLOWED in a list of countries. In this example there is only one country where game can't be activated - Germany (DE). Obviously, if you've bought this game in Germany - you can be sure this is not the case)

SubID:  99365 | SteamDB
Package name:   -
Billingtype:    CD-Key
Cross region gifting and trading:   Blocked
Countries allowed to activate:  RU AM AZ BY GE KZ KG MD TJ TM UZ UA
Countries allowed to run:   RU AM AZ BY GE KZ KG MD TJ TM UZ UA

In this example we have both Countries allowed to activate and Countries allowed to run:. Countries allowed to activate has a list of countries, where it is ALLOWED to ACTIVATE this package. You won't be able to activate this game from any other country. Countries allowed to run has a list of countries, where it is ALLOWED to RUN this package. So, if someone bought a game in Russia(RU), activated it on their account, and then decided to travel to Australia - they won't be able to play this game until they return back to Russia (or any other country from this list, actually, so they can go to Armenia(AM) and will be able to run the game there).

SubID:  100707 | SteamDB
Package name:   -
Billingtype:    CD-Key
Cross region gifting and trading:   Blocked
Countries allowed to activate:  BS PA BZ CR SV GT HN NI VE CO GY SR GF BR PE BO PY UY AR CL EC MX

This has only Countries allowed to activate:, so if your country is NOT from the list above - you won't be able to activate it, but if you've travel to Bahamas (BS), bought game in local shop and activated it while being there (you would have to change shop region in steam store too, probably), and then returned to your country - game will still be playable.

And that's pretty much it. So, if you're not from BS PA BZ CR SV GT HN NI VE CO GY SR GF BR PE BO PY UY AR CL EC MX + RU AM AZ BY GE KZ KG MD TJ TM UZ UA, then your only concern - can this game be activated in Germany (DE) or not. And, as I said above, there is no way to tell for sure, unless you bought another key and activated it yourself to find out what package it has.

TL;DR: Check "Raw data" section and look for packages with Countries allowed to activate, Countries allowed to run: or Banned countries: to find out about possible restrictions.

Few words about steam gifts

When you gifting directly in steam, there is some additions to the above mechanics. The above rules still apply, but apart from it, there is more restrictions you can encounter.
First of all, if package in "Raw data" section contains text Cross region gifting and trading: Blocked - then, even if there is no specified region lock for this package, you won't be able to gift it outside of your region. And as you may see - most, if not all, packages has this flag set. So, unless you are from few lucky countries, you will be restricted to your own region.
But there is more! Even inside one region (and by region I mean the list of countries steam considers one region), you may be unable to send your gift, if your recipient lives in a country with higher prices in steam. For example, there is a RU/CIS region, that consists of following countries:

  • Armenia (AM)
  • Azerbaijan (AZ)
  • Belarus (BY)
  • Georgia (GE)
  • Kazakhstan (KZ)
  • Kyrgyzstan (KG)
  • Moldova (MD)
  • Russia (RU)
  • Tajikistan (TJ)
  • Turkmenistan (TM)
  • Ukraine (UA)
  • Uzbekistan (UZ)

Country with lowest prices in this list is Russia. So, user from Russia won't be able to send a game to, let's say, user in Belarus, if price for that game in Belarus is higher for 10% or more. At the same time, user from Belarus will still be able to send this game to user from Russia, because price in Russia is lower.
So, if you plan to gift directly from steam - always check regional prices before creating a giveaway, and correct region locks accordingly.

Thank you for reading!

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Region Lock prevents "games" to be a tradable asset, but only partially. If Steam is forced to follow up on the French Court's judgement about allowing users to resell games, very soon we may have Games as a category in steam market, and people from the countries where Games are priced lower profit from it.
All these are speculations, this comment was made just for a BUMP!
Nice post!

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For Starters, French ruling would only apply in France :P

(Since EU court made the opposite decision, it likely can't be even used in rest of EU and in appeal EU decision will likely be applied in France too)

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Thank you for writing as I think people will have a much better understanding of this topic. Have a well deserved bump!

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+1

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thanks a lot for sharing! =)
region lock still keeps on reminding me the old SNES times in which we had to import US cartridges and adapt them (and that worked with the playstation1 too =P) haha
luckily it seems that here in Italy we can activate almost all keys locked for other regions =P

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Wow, I wasn't even aware that SNES cartridges were region-locked! Probably because I never had SNES(

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oh, this SUCKED so bad back in the days! both SNES and the playstation 1 were region locked, but the main issue was that most of the greatest SNES games - I'm here just to mention final fantasy games and chrono trigger, but there's dozens of them - came out ONLY in JP and NA (japan and north america, I've never investigated that much about the meaning of north america =P).
so on the other side I had to import final fantasy tactics for the PS1 and adapt it with the proper thing bought at the store, but most games came out for the European PS1 too..
what was the other problem then?
well, the PS1 CDs of course were all the same.. the SNES cartridges were NOT ç_ç So we had to buy at the video games store the adaptor that was a grey thing that you pushed into the European SNES consoles and then (like the super game boy) you could insert into it the American cartridge (even that imported of course - they arrived BY SHIP!).. because american and european cartridges were even different in their shapes..
it was hell back in the days mate trust me =P

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Yeah, that sounds awful. What we have in steam does not looks so bad now )
In my country most cartridges were simply pirated copies, so I wasn't aware about all those troubles. There were other issues I've heard of - like, some publishers added a tricky protection from copying on their cartridges, and because of this some of pirated games were unplayable or impassable to beat (for example, because of immortal bosses). But, once again, I've never had SNES (or any other gaming console), so even those issues I haven't encountered myself.

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Thanks for the guide.

However https://steamlocked.com/ may not be 100 percent accurate. I tried searching for Hatred https://steamlocked.com/app/341940 which is completely banned in DE (and also according to this site). But I have it in my account for some years now and was able to activate it normally without VPN.

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I tried searching for Hatred https://steamlocked.com/app/341940 which is completely banned in DE (and also according to this site).

The page shows 3 different subs available for that game. Only one of them says "Banned countries: DE AU".

Therefore, you must have activated a key that was one of the two other subs that has no banned countries, or any other activation restrictions for that matter.

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OK, thanks ... now I understand!

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I will have to reread it when I'm less sleepy - but it looks quite interesting, useful, and simpler than it looked before!

Thank you for taking the time to write down and share this, Ryzhehvost! :D

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Thanks - This is very much needed!

I answered the question of "Why are the region locks from [Humble Giftlinks] different than the ones mentioned on the SteamGifts thread corresponding to that bundle?" here, but didn't go in-depth into region locks.

Aside from ASF or looking at Sub activation names on your licenses page, there's another way to look up the exact SubId

To view the exact SubId upon key activation without ASF:

  • Go to the ACTIVATE A PRODUCT ON STEAM page

  • Open browser's Developer Tools (typically press F12 on keyboard)

  • View Network info (on Chrome) and optionally clear it

  • On the page, enter the key and click Continue button

  • In the browser tool's Network info, double click the last request/response

  • Look for the package number in the API response - This is the exact SubID

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Thank you, added this to guide.

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Can someone explain this:
Startopia is a game that does not seem to have any region locks according to https://steamlocked.com/ but I know that Steam does not sell this game in France - no Steam store page for this game while the store page exists for almost all the other countries, and the package which contains this game displays for me an empty item... That said, I don't know if a Steam key of Startopia can be activated in France or not (maybe it's just region-locked via the store pages?).

Edit: Thanks to those who answered. :)

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I couldn't find any information which suggests that the game is not sold in France, but a key for this game should work

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There is no region-locked subs, so yes, key activation should work.

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Great post. I'd also advise everyone to make sure their region settings on SteamGifts matches their Steam country, especially if you've moved recently. You don't want to enter giveaways that aren't available in your region.

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User needs to change region on Steam on their own. But yeah, it should prompt them to change region on SG as well.

I live aboard for a year now, still have previous region here and on SG, and could buy games in my native currency without problem this sale.

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Where is this setting on SG? I looked throughout my profile and couldn't find it. I realize I must be blind, but I am also curious.

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Sometimes, some publishers, instead of doing multiple SubID for one AppID, make different AppID with same game for different regions. Technically, those are handled as two separate games, so for example steamgifts may show that you don't have a game, while in reality you do. Those cases are rare and thus not covered in this guide.

Most known (and problematic) is Battle vs Chess and Check vs Mate. The same game, two different appIDs for different regions. A lot of confused creators and winners.

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Thanks, I wanted to add an example, and this is a great one.

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Another annoying case is Arma 2 and Arma 2 (33900 vs 33910). HB sells 33910 in bundles, but steam only lists 33900.

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Bump.
Useful post - a lot of things I didn't know in here and I'm still taking it all in. Just to muddy the waters a little more, I have a couple of questions. Apologies if they are in the original post and I missed them.

  1. When you talk about the steamlocked website, I don't see any mention of the drop down for 'Your Country' which affects the restrictions listed. Does this just apply the rules explained in the two "There is a risk...." boxes?

  2. Do the region restrictions apply to the region you are buying from based on your IP address and/or the region of the store? Using the example of Doom from the original post, if I buy a key from Nuvuum (store based in Latin America) or Gamersgate (based in Europe) is the region lock based on the country it was bought from or the country it will be activated in?

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Thank you for your questions. I will update a guide regarding first one, as this is something that I forgot to write about.
As for the second question - it depends on the store I guess. There are regional stores that always sell keys locked for the region the store is located in. And global ones may determine your lock by IP, or by billing address you've entered, or by payment you are using... There is no common rule that will cover all the shops.

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Thanks for the reply and the update.
Such a confusing system! Thanks for the detailed write up.
I usually try and find games that clearly have no regional restrictions for SG giveaways and only make restricted ones when there is a huge discount. I'll probably just try and continue to do that whenever I can. It must be annoying to be based in a country that is often listed as restricted and being excluded from giveaways, often incorrectly.
The lack of clear information from regional stores is frustrating. Even if they can't accurately display the correct restrictions, providing the SubID somewhere on the page would help.

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One important addition, if you managed to activate locked key on your account (via VPN or such) but cannot run the game - just wait 90 days. After 90 days region lock on running the game you already own disappears for whatever reason, despite it not being documented anywhere.

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You can't use VPN to activate keys anymore.

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Is there a recent change that blocks VPN?

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It dates back to at least August 2019.

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Did you try or where does the info come from?

This would mean, some people have to pirate games, if they want to play them.

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you actually can, so your information is false. it doesn't work as easy as it used to though I agree. from the tests I've done it looks like you have to maintain your ip for a couple of days

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More like, just VPN is not enough, you also need to change your store region.

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This guide deserves a bump and bookmark. Thanks for explaining this ^^

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Great thread Ryzhehvost!

By any chance are you considering adding the different reasons why Region Locks occur? It would be a nice addition to the thread in my opinion as it would give community members a better understanding of region locks as a whole.

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+1 and maybe a blub about how to use steamdb for this too :)

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I can't think of reasons other than "publishers want to maximize their profits". If you can suggest what to write regarding that, I will gladly include it to the guide.

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That is definitely a large reason why it occurs but I can think of two others off the top of my head. Sometimes they don't have a license to sell in certain regions and another is that sometimes the content of the games goes against the laws of the region.

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Well, at least it's something. I'll try to add a notice about it.

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this helps a lot, thx

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I always wondered how people get so many information about region lock possibilities...
Best region lock guide ever made! Thanks A LOT!

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When you live in one of the cheap regions you face region locks every day, so knowing about region locks mechanics is a must have skill.

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Thank you!

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Thank you for writing this guide! I am of the opinion that this should be stickied, if such things are done, or at least added to SGLinkies' database of useful links.

One other concern is when the 3rd-party store says "this key can only be redeemed in ___" or "this key cannot be redeemed in ______." Who to believe? The store, or steamlocked?

Clarification please:

Countries allowed to activate has a list of countries, where it is ALLOWED to ACTIVATE this package. You won't be able to activate this game from any other country.

If I gift my key (US version) to someone from a country on this list, they won't be able to activate this key? Or am I misreading this?

Please also clarify:

In reality, key from US will not be restricted, and could be redeemed in any country, but people from those countries will be unable to enter this giveaway

If they cannot enter, shouldn't the giveaway have the region restrictions? Or, is the mistake that they could enter the giveaway for the US (ROW?) key, and activate the key in their own country (despite being on that list), but the giver didn't realize this and made the restrictions to keep them out?

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One other concern is when the 3rd-party store says "this key can only be redeemed in _" or "this key cannot be redeemed in ____." Who to believe? The store, or steamlocked?

If the store lists some kind of restriction that don't match any SubID - then the store is lying and you should trust steamlocked/steamdb/any other tool that gets data directly from steam.

If I gift my key (US version) to someone from a country on this list, they won't be able to activate this key? Or am I misreading this

I don't know how to clarify it even further. I'm telling you that this restriction explicitly ALLOW to activate, and you ask if it prevents someone from activating... It's the opposite! If you are form US - you won't be able to activate a key like that, so there is no chance you will get the key from the store, unless you used some store that is local to this list of countries. And even in this case - you will be the one unable to activate it, not people from those countrues.

If they cannot enter, shouldn't the giveaway have the region restrictions?

When giveaway creator uses incorrect regional settings it prevents people from entering, even while they would have been able to activate the key if they could enter (and win).

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Thank you.

  1. I appreciate your answer.
  2. Thank you for rewording it. I sometimes need things stated slightly differently to make sure I get them, and you did this.
  3. I see. Thank you very much again!
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Region Locked games are getting unlocked 90 days after activation.

How to verify the SUBID for a game in your library

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Yes, I'm aware that PLAY lock is disabled after 90 days. But since this guide is targeted on SG users, it's main topic is ACTIVATION lock. That's why I didn't put this information in.
Thanks for your link, I'll add information on how to find SubID in steam console to guide.

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I received a code from a game in a raffle, but by stating that it has regional restrictions, is there any way to claim it? I can't contact the owner of the draw. What should I do?

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I don't know if it helps anything, but the game is called "my time at portia"

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There is more of an issue in your case - why was there a 6 week wait before you mentioned an issue with the key?

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the creator logged in 4 days ago to hand me the key

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Well that sucks :(

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If you can't activate a game because of region lock, and can't contact giveaway creator - just mark it as "not received" and forget about it. There are ways to activate region-locked game, but this is against Steam ToS and thus risky and may get you banned, so I strongly don't recommend trying to do this.

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i received in a trade a key of "alpha planet" but it is region lock.
Should i use hoxx-vpn-proxy and try to activate it by changing my country ?

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If you want my opinion - it's not worth it.

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Thank you. 😸 💙
I agree. I feel just a little stupid in face of the unfair trade.
Do I have a way to give the key here at SG without knowing the region lock?
On other terms can I know with the key which region lock it is?

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Sure, you can get subid of this key via activation in browser, and then find this subid in raw data section on https://steamlocked.com. Then just set region settings appropriately when you will be creating giveaway.

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