If you love classic sports manga, then get ready to bring it to your phone with Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team! The title, a head-to-head soccer sim, will be released globally on December in markets outside of Japan.
Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team was originally released in Japan on June 13 and was downloaded over 4 million times. Players who join the game now will receive a free Tsubasa card and 25 Dreamballs (Dream Team‘s in-game currency).
To celebrate the game’s new release, game developers Klab Inc. began a Pre-Kickoff Campaign to entice potential players. This contest gives players a chance to win Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team t-shirts and original artwork from Captain Tsubasa creator Yoichi Takahashi.
The rules are simple. According to the game’s official press release:
To pre-register for Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team, players are simply asked to follow the official Twitter or Facebook account. The pre-registration event is currently being held in all 135+ countries and regions the global version of the game is planned for release in.
The campaign began with an official message from Takahashi and will end on November 30th.