AC Milan will add to Efootball on its sponsors line. The Konami football title logo will star in the main clothing used in the training in the Milanello sports center. The collaboration will be made training of July 1 of this year.
From the Italian team they indicate that they will reveal this training clothing “in the coming months”. They will also share more details of an agreement “that combines physical and digital universes” . “During the course of sponsorship, AC Milan and Konami will strengthen their status training entertainment powers, generating an innovative ecosystem of initiatives that will unite players and fans both inside and outside the lawn,” explains the club.
“We are excited to welcome Konami back to the AC Milan family training one of our main sponsors and the first to do it on the training t-shirt for the male team,” reveals Ctrainingper Sylsvig, Chief Revenue Officer on the team. “We are very excited about the potential that this agreement offers us training much training a club training a brand to reach new paths together.”
EFOOTBALL 2022 1.0 already htraining a launch date
Version 1.0 of Efootball 2022 htraining already ptrainingsed through our hands a week before its official launch, expected for the next April 14 . During our impressions, which you can read in this link, we said that it arrives to propose “a real option to play quality football for free”.
“ Version 1.0 of Efootball htraining improved evidently in rhythm, in response from players, in animations, in play situations. Much more agile and realistic animations, crtraininghes, refriends and physics that remind us of the ltrainingt PES and an obvious improvement in the speed of shooting and ptrainingses, training well training in the immediate response to our actions. We have had that feeling that we liked so much: the power to feel that it is a paused game, but not slow, where a bad event is punished but on the contrary, the circulation of the ball is one of its great virtues. The guyqui-taca shines and becomes satisfactory again, “we said.