eFootball 2023, the last season of the football free-to-play which has inherited the legacy of PES, is about to kick off this year’s edition of the eFootball Championship Pro with new teams ready to challenge each other.
The free rival of FIFA 23 (you can find it on Amazon) has in fact seen the arrival of a large number of patches and various updates over the months type.
Now, after the release of update 2.3.2, really full of important new features, was made official a few days ago, apparently the surprises are not over.
As reported through the game’s official social channels, new clubs are ready to take the field in Barcelona, where all the matches will be held in attendance (for the first time in three years).
“Official! eFootball Championship Pro will return for the 2023 season on February 11th! All matches will take place OFFLINE in Barcelona and will be streamed worldwide on our official channels!», explains Konami.
And again: «We expect many surprises and exciting matches , so don’t miss them!», concludes the post shared via social networks a few hours ago.
Just below, in fact, you will find the tweet that confirms the news.
Official! The #eFootballChampionshipPro will be back for the 2023 season on February 11th! All matches will be held OFFLINE in Barcelona and will be streamed worldwide on our official channels!
Lots of surprises and exciting matches ahead, so don’t miss it!#efootball pic.twitter.com/yDDZ3XzjBs
— eFootball (@play_eFootball) January 26, 2023
For this edition of the eFootball Championship Pro, historic teams will take part such as FC Barcelona, Manchester United, FC Bayern Munich, Arsenal FC, AS Roma and AS Monaco, as well as obviously the new Konami partner clubs, namely AC Milan and FC Internazionale Milano.
Various themed giveaways are planned for fans, such as the chance to win 2000 eFootball points, as well as being able to get their hands on official merchandise from the teams involved based on the performances of the club (promotion valid from February 11th to the 16th of the same month).
We remind you that a few months ago Konami announced the eFootball Italia Cup, an excellent opportunity to promote eSports in Italy.
After all, we also decided to go deeper into the topic in an interview with David Monk, Senior Partnerships and Activation Manager of eFootball 2023.