Today, Nexon Europe has the pleasure to announce the partnership with the chief of Real Madrid Carlo Ancelotti. The multi-title winning titan of football will be the new face of United Eleven, the highly anticipated upcoming football management simulation game.
Carlo Ancelotti has demonstrated his management prowess time and time again, achieving numerous successes in professional football with united teams. The team work and personality of his teams together with his tactical nous have been key features in Ancelotti’s accomplishment in top clubs. The aspects of United Eleven follows these traits in which the game focuses on building a united team and competing in a match against other football managers.
A press conference will be held on Thursday May 8, at 4:00 p.m. CEST/ 7 a.m. PDT/ 10 a.m. EDT in Central Madrid, InterContinental Hotel, to mark the occasion of Ancelotti’s involvement with United Eleven, during which he will inform the press about his partnership with Nexon Europe.
“We are honoured to begin the first chapter of United Eleven with Carlo Ancelotti,” says Kenny Chang, CEO of Nexon Europe. “With the remarkable and distinctive strategies and tactics that Carlo Ancelotti has shown in the real football world, he is the perfect representative of the core features of United Eleven. I believe anyone who strives to be the best football manager in United Eleven will be inspired by Ancelotti’s experience and achievement. All in all, we’re enormously pleased he’s on board.”
Developed by NHN BlackPick Corporation, United Eleven combines the actual names and faces of over 50,000 football players registered at FIFPro with the most sophisticated match engine available – all accessible via browser and with mobile compatibility. It provides a complete football management experience by recruiting, training, and substituting players. Everything from team selection to tactics and player chemistry will need to be considered if victory is to be achieved.
The pre-season, which will be Beta testing for United Eleven, will begin on May 15. The game will be published in Europe, North and South America, Oceania and North Africa in eight languages: English, German, French, Italian, Polish, Spanish, Portuguese, and Turkish.