PES 2019 will still have plenty of licensed leagues when the game launches this August, despite losing the Champions League earlier this year.
A few weeks ago Konami announced that it’d lost the Champions League due to the partnership with UEFA coming to an end. Now, the company is back to reveal that it still has more than enough official licenses to keep players occupied.
In a press release this week, Konami announced seven of the nine fully-licensed leagues coming to PES 2019, check out the list below:
- Danish Superliga
- Portugal’s Liga NOS
- Belgium Pro League
- Swiss Super League
- Scotland’s Ladbrokes Premiership
- Superliga Argentine
- Russian Premier Liga (exclusive to PES 2019)
All of the teams in the above leagues are fully-licensed in PES 2019 too, which I’m sure is a huge plus.
“Announcing seven new, official football leagues for PES 2019 is a clear sign that we are committed to giving fans more of what they want – more licensed content,” said Konami’s Jonas Lygaard. “We are more confident than ever in the direction the franchise is headed and this is just one of many steps we are taking to elevate PES to new heights. We continue to believe in the Power of Football and PES 2019 will be our most powerful game yet featuring more fully licensed leagues and clubs than ever before.”