A new football season gets going as United Eleven officially kicks off
Mobile compatible version of United Eleven available from official launch
Luxembourg, 4th June 2014: Nexon Europe is pleased to announce the official launch of United Eleven, the online football management simulation featuring the most sophisticated match engine and official Bundesliga and FIFPro licensed players, which has been proudly endorsed by the great manager Carlo Ancelotti.
Moreover, Nexon Europe is opening a service for the mobile compatible version of United Eleven for the launch. A tablet version was also tested during the pre-season two weeks ago, helping make the game playable on all 3 platforms, PC, tablet, and mobile.
“We are thrilled to enter the official launch phase of United Eleven with a huge number of online players around the world already taking part. With the help of our dedicated players, we’ve been able to enhance the game to accommodate all comers,” said Kenny Chang, CEO of Nexon Europe. “I am also excited to introduce the mobile compatible version that so many players have been waiting for, which provides the same great experience as a PC browser and demonstrates the match engine’s prowess as the best of online football simulation games.”
United Eleven – Official Trailer: http://youtu.be/9UzY_bB9QBc
To celebrate the launch, Nexon Europe has put in place various celebratory events to benefit both new users and those that took part in the pre-season play in the last few weeks, who themselves are able to keep their manager and club name as well as their chosen country and logo.
United Eleven’s match data takes in 32 different variables to alter the outcome of a 90 minute match, making for the most realistic outcomes possible. Even outside a match, all factors are taken into account on the path to victory, from recruiting and training players to team chemistry. United Eleven 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. The game is available in Europe, North and South America, Oceania, and North Africa.
About Nexon Europe
Established in March 2007, Nexon Europe is one of the leading publishers of free-to-play MMOs in Europe. The company has brought the worldwide hit casual MMORPG MapleStory to Europe in May 2007, and the successful FPS Combat Arms in January 2009. With the launch of the 3D action MMORPG Vindictus in 2011, Nexon Europe has strengthened its position as a promising publisher in Europe. Next to these in-house franchises, Nexon Europe was also able to acquire and fully operate Atlantica Online, an innovative, tactical MMORPG; Dekaron, an authentic action MMORPG set in a grim fantasy universe; and the action-packed FPS War Rock. The recent additions to its growing portfolio are Navy Field 2 alongside the legendary FPS game Counter-Strike Online in Turkey. For 2014, the company’s first browser-based full-scale MMORPG Arcane Chronicles and fun-packed, action-fighting game Lost Saga will join as new line-ups. Furthermore, with United Eleven, a browser-based, cross-platform football management game, Nexon Europe is seeking to reach diverse players globally. For more information on Nexon Europe and its games, please visit the official website at www.nexoneu.com.
About NHN BlackPick Corporation
NHN BlackPick is a Korean mobile/online game developer and publisher that separated from NHN Entertainment, one of the most successful mobile/PC game companies in Korea. NHN BlackPick is continuously expanding its portfolio from well-recognized PC MMORPGs, to sports simulation games, such as United Eleven, EOS, and Baseball 9ners. In addition to the success of The Brain, a casual mobile game targeting adults who are 50 years of age and older, NHN BlackPick focuses on expanding business capability with its new mobile racing games. To bolster its competitiveness, NHN BlackPick has a large-scale goal of servicing various games in the global market with the launch of United Eleven.