PES Club Manager Undergoes Huge Update for 2015-2016 Season

October 28th, 2015

New updates make managing clubs more exciting than ever before

Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. announced today a major update to its popular mobile football title, PES Club Manager.

The popular managerial simulation has seen the key data for more than 5,000 existing players updated to reflect their stats for the 2015-2016 season. Additionally, club kits have been updated in line with the latest updates. The game’s popular Season Match/Cup competition schedule and division system have also been enhanced, introducing an improved system to the managerial content. Fans can also develop players from youth for the first time via recruiting sessions at new Scout events.

Updated data of players now reflects the 2015-2016 season
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Clubs and player stats from all leagues are now updated to reflect the 2015-2016 season.
Enhanced club progression offers more noticeable reactions from your club’s growth
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The Division system – which shows the strength of your league — is now categorized into five tiers. Achieve higher levels to unlock better scouts and training. Performance in the Season Match mode will now affect which Division you will be placed in Cup competitions.
New system now makes it easier for players to improve their club every in-game season
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At the beginning of each season, gamers will be able to contract one of three pre-scouted players (for a limited time). Choose from a wider selection of sponsors. Conditions for Sponsor bonuses, such as ‘number of consecutive wins’, ’total number of goals’, etc., will now differ between sponsors, allowing players to now select the correct sponsor according to their playing style.
“Scout Events” is updated to help you acquire new and young talent
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Trade Scout event allows you to select “Position,” “League” and “Age” of players Acquire ten players at the same time through a new scout event, with a guaranteed rare six-star player.


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