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CHICAGO, IL – MARCH 5, 2015 – Reliance Games today announced Real Steel Champions is now available for iOS. Based on the popular movie franchise and the latest in a series of hit Real Steel games from Reliance and DreamWorks Studios, this is the first game that lets you build robots and then battle with them.

Featuring 10 new arenas, Real Steel Champions lets you create a nearly unlimited combination of robots from both exclusive and legendary robot parts, including fan favorites Atom, Zeus, Noisy Boy, Midas and Metro. Choose from iconic Heads, monstrous Torsos and power-packed Hands and Legs to customize and build your very own steel supremacy. Once you’ve locked down aesthetics, combine and utilize strategic boxing moves to devastate each opponent with heavy and special attacks, ultimate upgrades, critical hits and devastating finishers.

Real Steel Champions comes packed with a new Tournament mode which includes 20 fights with 4 ruthless bosses, each prepped to go the distance. Players can perfect their jabs, crosses, feints and haymakers across 30 challenges, 90 Time Attack fights and practice their glove game in unlimited Free Sparring mode.

Real Steel Champions is a reflection of our players’ interest in building robots and battling with them,” said Manish Agarwal, CEO of Reliance Games. “We’ve had over 50 million downloads globally of our Real Steel games, and our players are vocal! This is the game they’ve been waiting for.”

“It’s been incredible to see people so engaged with the Real Steel games since the release of the film,” said Jeff Small, President and COO of DreamWorks Studios. “It speaks to the quality of the games and depth of passion of our fans.”

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About Reliance Games

Reliance Games, a leading publisher and developer of mobile games, is a division of Reliance Entertainment Group whose subsidiaries include entities like Dreamworks SKG, IM Global and Codemasters. Reliance Games block buster hits include Real Steel, Real Steel World Robot Boxing, Pacific Rim, and a slew of exciting mobile games developed in association with Hollywood Studios such as Dreamworks, Sony Pictures, Paramount Pictures, Columbia Pictures and Warner Bros.

With over 200mn downloads globally, Reliance Games currently operates four studios worldwide. A strong, multi-disciplinary, cross-skilled and talented team spanning three continents across US, UK, Korea and India spearheads the creation of high quality mobile games. Reliance Games titles can be enjoyed through iTunes, Google Play, Amazon and Windows as well as 80 leading networks across 40 countries. More information about Reliance Games is available at .

About DreamWorks Studios

DreamWorks Studios is a motion picture company formed in 2009 and led by Steven Spielberg in partnership with The Reliance Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group.  The company’s recent releases include Spielberg's Lincoln, starring Daniel Day-Lewis, Sally Field and Tommy Lee Jones.  The film has grossed over $180 million at the U.S. box office and was nominated for twelve Academy Awards® with Daniel Day-Lewis winning for Best Actor.  Other releases include The Hundred-Foot Journey, starring Helen Mirren, Steven Spielberg’s War Horse, based on Michael Morpurgo’s award-winning book and was nominated for six Academy Awards® including Best Picture, and The Help, which resonated with audiences around the country and earned over $200 million at the box office and received four Academy Award® nominations with Octavia Spencer winning for Best Supporting Actress.

DreamWorks Studios can be found on Facebook at  and on Twitter at

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