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FC Barcelona Scores Mobile Game

FC Barcelona Scores Mobile Game
FC Barcelona has partnered with Nordcurrent, a developer and publisher of free-to-play games, to release an exclusive update for “Cooking Fever” based on the football club.

“Cooking Fever” has added the Catalan football team to its gameplay.

FC Barcelona has partnered with Nordcurrent, a developer and publisher of free-to-play games, to release an exclusive update for “Cooking Fever” based on the football club.

In the new update, players will be able to access the FC Barcelona Sports Bar and be able to access views of Camp Nou stadium, as well as cook various meals for both fans and players such as Lionel Messi, Luis Suárez, Neymar Jr, Gerard Piqué and Andrés Iniesta.

“‘Cooking Fever’ fits in really well to FC Barcelona’s digital strategy,” says Manel Arroyo, fourth vice president, marketing and communications, FC Barcelona. “We are glad to expand our brand and our beloved sport to a large and varied game player base, and we hope that our fans will be pleased to discover this engaging game.”

“Cooking Fever” is a time-management game where players create meals and desserts. The game is available for iOS, Android, Kindle and Windows phones.

“We are extremely happy to have such a famous name as FC Barcelona in our new location,” says Victoria Trofimova, chief executive officer, Nordcurrent. “We are sure that such a partnership will be enjoyed by millions of our players and bring them a unique game experience and plenty of new challenges. We hope that FC Barcelona Sports Bar will also introduce ‘Cooking Fever’ to new sports loving audiences.”

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