SAN FRANCISCO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--KLab Inc. announced today the release of the mobile football game, Fantastic Eleven. In the game, players will be able to collect player cards, create and manage teams, and compete in football matches. Fantastic Eleven is KLab’s first global mobile football game with in-app purchases.
KLab signed an agreement with Brazilian footballer Neymar Jr. to be the official ambassador for Fantastic Eleven. Neymar Jr. is featured in promotional materials for the game. KLab also acquired licensing rights to use the images and names of over 2000 real players from famous football teams across the world.
In Fantastic Eleven, users collect player cards of famous footballers and assemble unique teams. After creating a team, users participate in exciting 3D football matches and make decisive plays with the game’s revolutionary command system. The game features a solo campaign mode and online multiplayer modes in which users can challenge friends or compete against other players from around the world.
The official Fantastic Eleven website, which launched April 4, 2014, allowed users to pre-register for the game. Those who pre-registered will receive codes in their provided email addresses to claim exclusive in-game rewards today.
Fantastic Eleven is free to download on iOS and Android.
Official site: http://www.fantastic-eleven.com/gl
The use of images and names of the football players in this game is under license from
FIFPro Commercial Enterprises BV. FIFPro is a registered trademark of FIFPro Commercial Enterprises BV.
Founded in 2000, KLab is an industry leader in social mobile networking gaming in Japan. Employing over 800 people globally, the company is listed on the 1st section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange. KLab continues to grow at a rapid pace, expanding beyond the Japanese market with headquarters in Japan, and offices in Singapore, Philippines, Shanghai, and the United States. The San Francisco office, opened in April 2012, is looking to expand our global portfolio and make a splash in the mobile apps market.