Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo seem to always be competing with each other. Ronaldo to invest $40 million in UFL before Messi’s eFootball. Thus, Ronaldo, a Portuguese football star, recently announced that he would be investing $40 million in the UFL, a free-to-play soccer video game that will compete with eFootball, which is backed by Messi.
Ronaldo to invest $40 million in UFL before Messi’s eFootball
Goal.com reported that Ronaldo was excited about being a part of the project, which promises a “fair, skill-first approach for gamers created by gamers.” He said that the project could “become the new breed in football gaming.”With this new investment, the star of Al Nassr is also going up against EA Sports FC, which is another big name in the video game market around the world.
The UFL has the potential to become a major player in video games since it will be free to access and won’t require any payments or subscriptions.
At this point, there is no official date for when the game will be available. It is expected to come out soon on PlayStation and Xbox.Video game franchises often use famous players to promote their games. For example, Messi became an ambassador for eFootball 2024 last month.