PES 2020 Licenses Another Team
As you know, Pro Evolution Soccer series, one of the biggest competitors of the FIFA series for years, has changed this year and changed the name of the game to eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer. The undergraduate is constantly in trouble and funny in the game; Pro Evolution Soccer, which reveals the names of football players, stadiums and teams, has acquired Juventus’ license privately this year. Thereupon, FIFA fell to the position of not being able to use Juventus’ name in FIFA 20, which will be released this year. Juventus’ name in FIFA will be Piemonte Calcio. After these events, PES acquired another team license.
Club Atlético River Plate is the last privately licensed team in eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020. We don’t know if other world-renowned Juventus-style teams will get a license, but that may be bothering FIFA.
The eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 will debut on September 10 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.