800,000 People Play Nordeus' Football Manager Top Eleven Every Day - Netokracija CEE

800,000 People Play Nordeus’ Football Manager Top Eleven Every Day

Serbian game developer Nordeus has confirmed that their popular online football management game, Top Eleven, is played by over 800,000 players daily. After shutting out EA's FIFA Superstars as the most popular football management game on the web, Top Eleven now has over 3,600,000 active players monthly. Nordeus uses a freemium model by charging players for extra features, while the basic game is free to play on Facebook and its own official website.

id=”attachment_86″ Top Eleven has thousands of daily active players.

Serbian game developer Nordeus has confirmed that their popular online football management game, Top Eleven, is played by over 800,000 players daily. After shutting out EA’s FIFA Superstars as the most popular football management game on the web, Top Eleven now has over 3,600,000 active players monthly.

id=”attachment_87″ The game is a football manager (Photo by AOL Games)

Nordeus uses a freemium model by charging players for extra features, while the basic game is free to play on Facebook and its own official website. Nordeus’ management has told Netocratic to expect new projects from them by the end of the year. Having in mind Nordeus is a profitable web company with 30 employees and no outside funding, I can’t wait to see what they’re planning.

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  1. David seaton

    David seaton

    13. 8. 2014. in 6:36 pm Reply

    Why for the last 8 days after playing now for 21 seasons am I finding it a problem to sell players at auction please verify reason before I quit playing because I cannot advance further

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