Top Eleven, the football management game for mobile devices, is today announcing that it has reached over 100 million registered users of its app, confirming its place as the most popular sports game on mobile devices in the world.
The game series, which is fronted by Chelsea FC manager Jose Mourinho, has become so popular internationally that Top Eleven now has users in every country in the world.
There are 10 million people playing Top Eleven every month, with four million people logging on every day to manage their own football club, challenge their friends and other players in leagues, friendlies and cup competitions to rise to the top of the managerial world, growing their experience and club’s status.
Headquartered in Serbia, Nordeus developed the first Top Eleven game in 2010, and has steadily grown its following to become one of the world’s leading game developers, employing over 170 people in five different countries.
The announcement also coincides with the fifth birthday of its development company, Nordeus.
Facts on Top Eleven:
CEO of Nordeus, Branko Milutinovic, commented: “Since we produced the first Top Eleven game in 2010, people from all over the world have been drawn to its exciting take on football management – players love to develop their own football club from the ground up, so we’re really excited to see that 100 million people from all over the world enjoy playing Top Eleven.
Milutinovic continued: “It’s very rare for a game series to become increasingly popular over five years, and still retain that loyal fanbase as well as gaining new followers, so we’re very proud to hit this milestone.
The fact that this milestone has come on Nordeus’ fifth birthday anniversary makes the occasion an extra-special one”.
All players will be rewarded during the birthday period with special jerseys and club emblem.
The game is free to download and available on iOS and Android.