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Topic # 121064 23-Jun-2013 10:07
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I bought Starcraft II the other day and started playing the single player campaign. Wanted to play some co-op with friends but couldn't find them to add as friends. Worked out that my region was set to Europe but all my friends were Americas, changed mine to Americas and could add them fine. But now when go back to single player I've lost all my campaign progress.... if switch back to Europe then it comes back.

Is there any way to move my single player progress across to my Americas region account?

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  Reply # 841881 23-Jun-2013 10:10
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I don't think so, at least i couldn't find how to when they first introduced the region switching. I'd be interested if you do find a way or anyone else knows one.

Edit: might be worth a try.

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  Reply # 855742 15-Jul-2013 11:59
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No unfortunately there is no way, your progress & achievements cannot carry over. I found this out the hard way when I got Diamond rating & my 500 wins as Zerg and couldn't transfer it over to NA. 

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  Reply # 855747 15-Jul-2013 12:01
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No way to move campaigns - also remember that game from AP region can be moved to US whereas the opposite is not true

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