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  Club Soccer Director 2019 Announcement
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07/12/2018
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Go Play Games (https://www.go-play-games.com/) has announced that Club Soccer Director 2019 will be coming to mobile and tablets on August 9th – just in time for the new season!

The game is the sequel to the monster hit Club Soccer Director 2018, which has been downloaded over 3million times and has 60,000 daily active users.

Club Soccer Director 2019 will once again put players in the hot seat as a Director of Football, managing each and every aspect of the club, from staff recruitment and sponsorships to the manager’s match-day lineup and tactics.

The game contains a total of 38 leagues (22 more than its predecessor) and will include multiple divisions from England, Spain, France and Italy as well as global leagues from Portugal, Holland, Turkey, Russia, Scotland, Brazil, Argentina, Mexico and the USA.

The game also boasts 10,000 staff members from the top of the club to the bottom, including Under 23 Managers, Sports Scientists, Physiotherapists and Overseas Scouts – all of whom play a huge part in how players grow their club.

Club Soccer Director 2019 also prides itself on extremely granular transfer negotiations, with a database of 30,000 players, each with their own unique personalities and statistics.

Club Soccer Director 2019 also boasts a revamped behind-the-scenes algorithm, giving gamers a more realistic match-day environment. This includes improved tactical set-ups from managers adapting to match day situations. For example, teams holding onto a slender lead will naturally shift to a more defensive formation to hold on for those precious 3 points.

Off the pitch, there are now more opportunities to drive revenue with sponsorships and advertisements inside the stadium and stadium naming rights.

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