Team Football announce French coup for first title
Birmingham, May 16 th 2014 - Team Football announce the signing of a deal to bring the official French Football Federation game to mobiles and tablets. The first game to launch utilising this license will be Official Equipe de France. The game will be released in early June on iOS, Android and Windows 8 phones and tablets.
This license enables Team Football to launch an authentic game based on the French national side, including the FFF logo and all of the French squad who will be heading to Brazil to take part in the World Cup. The signing of this license signals the start of a number of similar announcements in the coming weeks relating to rebranding our previously announced World Football title globally.
Kevin Azan for the French Football Federation said “FFF is proud to work with Team Football in order to offer our fans the possibility to make their dream come true and win the World Tournament. We are sure the fans’ experience will be enhanced thanks to the inclusion of official players and logos.”
Official Equipe de France will only be available to purchase in France and a number of French speaking territories. However, Official Equipe de France also allows players in other territories to download the official French data to add to their experience – so players around the globe will be able to play as one of the current crop of French talent.
Official Equipe de France will feature four main game modes:
ABOUT TEAM FOOTBALL
A new games development and publishing company, Team Football, the creators of Official Equipe de France, has been established by a group of games industry veterans. Between them they have over 90 years games industry experience. Our football mad team have been involved in some of the best loved football games of the last 20+ years including Sensible Soccer, Super Kick-Off, Actua Soccer, Premier Manager, Soccer ’97 and multiple versions of FIFA. Our team are working on a number of licensed football related products for release on mobiles and tablets during 2014. News of further licenses will follow shortly.