Nexon Europe have released a new update to the already prolific team and player offering on United Eleven, the browser-based, mobile-compatible football management simulation that boasts the world’s most sophisticated match engine.
In addition to currently existing FIFPro and Bundesliga licensed players, new footballers from across Europe will join the game to boost users’ competition. More than 300 players from a number of European domestic leagues such as Scottish, Greek, Swiss, Ukrainian, and Romanian Leagues will be added.
Moreover, the game invites football fans in Turkey to join the excitement with 4 giant Turkish clubs in Spor Toto Süper Lig: Besiktas, Fenerbahçe, Galatasaray, and Trabzonspor. Users can recruit players and manage a squad using these 4 Spor Toto Süper Lig clubs and logos to authenticate the enjoyment of taking their team to the top level by providing accurate tactics. From Wesley Sneijder to Musa Sow, and from Oguzhan Özyakup to Jose Bosingwa, the top players from Spor Toto Süper Lig will join challenges, empowered by the tactics from United Eleven fans all over the world.
[quote by=”Paul Lee, Lead Product Manager at Nexon Europe”]We are delighted to have signed more players from European and Turkish clubs from the likes of the Spor Toto Süper Lig to add to the hundreds already available from the Bundesliga and FIFPro licenses. United Eleven has seen a great amount of action since launching earlier in June and we’re happy to update content to keep players’ experiences evolving.[/quote]
United Eleven’s match data takes in more than 30 different variables to alter the outcome of a 90 minute match, delivering authentic football management experiences. Even outside of a match, all factors are taken into account on the path to victory, from recruiting and training players to forming team chemistry. The game is also mobile-compatible, helping players make key decisions and adjust formations and tactics while on the move.
United Eleven is serviced in 8 languages: English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, and Turkish throughout Europe, North and South America, Oceania, and North Africa.