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Top Eleven celebrates FIFA World Cup 2022 with massive in-game Update

In celebration of the forthcoming FIFA World Cup 2022, Zynga Inc., a wholly-owned publishing division of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc., has released an exciting seasonal update to Nordeus’ well-known Top Eleven football management game.

Players will represent the country of their choice from FIFA World Cup 2022 as they step onto the pitch in Top Eleven

Players will get to participate in Penalty Clash, a brand-new in-game competition, now through November 28 to celebrate the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Top Eleven. For a high-stakes penalty kick competition where players may compete for one of 32 eligible nationalities and win great rewards as well as, of course, bragging rights.

Players will compete for one of the top slots in their chosen nation while representing the nation of their choosing when they take the field. The top 1,000 players from the winning nation will make up the elite national squad, which will consist of the competitors with the most medals in their respective groups.

Top Eleven celebrates FIFA World Cup 2022 Image via Nordeus

“The Penalty Clash minigame brings players to the pitch for a global tournament during the most exciting time of the year for football fans everywhere,” said Marko Jevtić, Top Eleven Game Lead. “We can’t wait to celebrate that spirit of competition with our fans in Top Eleven as they test their skills in pressure-filled penalty kick situations. See if you have what it takes to make football history!”. he added

Each match in the Penalty Clash mode in Top Leven game will be played in one of Top Eleven’s world championship arenas, with difficulty levels ranging from simple to expert, and each competitor will start the competition with a starting level shooter and goalkeeper.

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