PES 2020 eFootball could be without Liverpool after agreement ends

Although it has enriched its squad of Premier League teams with the announcement of a new partnership with Manchester United, eFootball PES 2020 could be without Liverpool. As Eurogamer revealed, the agreement between Konami and the English team came to an end on June 30 and there is no sign that it will be renewed.

As a result, Liverpool can no longer be used in the official Pro Evolution Soccer 2019 competitions that are still being held by the developer. However, the team and its athletes will remain present in last year’s title, although the situation of the new version is still uncertain.

Apparently, the end of the deal may have somewhat impacted Sony’s decision not to offer PES 2019 as one of July’s PSN Plus games. With the Japanese company having a marketing agreement with Electronic Arts, it would make sense for it to give preference to the promotion of the competing FIFA series – which could benefit from the fact that Peter Moore, one of its former executives, is now part of the Liverpool managers .