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eFootball has officially a release date

eFootball, the new incarnation of Konami's football simulator formerly known as Pro Evolution Soccer, finally has an official release date. Players will be able to land on what is a real platform ...
eFootball Konami PES Pro Evolution Soccer Winning Eleven

Konami leaves PES and announces eFootball, its Free-to-Play successor

Conceived in the West under the name of Winning Eleven and renamed Pro Evolution Soccer by us, Konami's football series is ready to change its face again, changing its name again for its next ...
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PES 2020 - exclusive agreement for Euro 2020, will be included with a free DLC

Konami, with this latest chapter of its famous football series, seems to be aiming really high. After obtaining the exclusive Serie A license, Tim has signed an agreement for EURO 2020, coming ...

eFootball - Konami announces the new champions of the first championship final

Konami recently unveiled the winners of the eFootball Pro League tournament final. The prestigious tournament is won by AS Monaco after a series of hard-fought finals with the FC Celtic team. But...

PES League - here is the live broadcasting program of the European Regional Finals Season

Are you passionate about PES and eSports? Do you want to know when the prestigious European Regionals Final Season will take place? A press release reveals all the information about the tournament, which this year will take place in Oporto. This...

PES 2019, Konami blocks gaming currencies in Belgium

Due to the possible danger from gambling addiction due to loot boxes, Belgium has decided to create regulations to try to protect players from this risk. This choice, of course, ...

Konami loses the rights of the Champions League

Konami, after 10 years of partnership, loses the rights to the UEFA Champions League. Bad blow for Pro Evolution Soccer, which could in this way see its gap from FIFA increase dramatically, given that ...

According to Take-Two CEO, the release of the GTA Trilogy: Definitive ...

It doesn't matter that the GTA Trilogy: Definitive Edition has aroused several controversies since its launch a few months ago, including disastrous reconstructions carried out ...

Sony loses 13% on the stock market after the agreement between Xbox and ...

The earthquake that devastated the gaming industry yesterday begins to generate the first consequences. The shockwave of Activision Blizzard's acquisition by ...

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