Kongregate, the popular game site, is proud to welcome a real footballing legend
Kongregate, a leading publisher of mobile and web games and wholly-owned subsidiary of GameStop Corporation, proudly announce the arrival of Soccer Manager 2016, now available on Kongregate.com.
Already available on Steam, Soccer Manager 2016 is THE go-to game for budding managers who take their football seriously, and is built with an emphasis on realism and strategic thinking.
Soccer Manager 2016 is the most diverse free football management simulator on the market. Soccer Manager’s latest update gives football enthusiasts the chance to take charge of the club of their choice, and put them at the top of the league, putting all their strategic sport management skills to the test. Each team’s performance and ranking can be tracked in a live-match environment using real-time tactics and strategies. Thanks to synching, players can save their progress across game platforms to pick up where they left off. New teams, leagues, and competitions are always being added by the dedicated Soccer Management 2016 community.
Kongregate provides yet another way to get hold of this masterpiece of virtual football management. There’s no excuse for lovers of the game not to take on the challenge today.
We are thrilled to add Soccer Manager 2016 to our web lineup,” said Anthony Pecorella, Director of Browser Games and Virtual Goods at Kongregate. “Our players have a passion for soccer games and will look forward to a high-quality game like Soccer Manager coming to Kongregate.com.”
What the Football Experts Say:
“What fascinated me about the game was the realistic game play which I had never experienced before in any football manager game I had played previously.”
“It feels like a confession to say it, but myself and a group of young men have been playing SM for at least three years now and none of us can imagine life without it.”
“The thing with this game is that you put so much time and energy in it, that over time you form a bond with your digital club, so much that it brings out your real emotions when you win, lose or sign your favourite player.”
Irwin Benito Maatrijk