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Mobile2win launches Cafu Football game on mobile

Written by: Staff

New Delhi, June 7 (UNI) Tapping the soaring FIFA fever, wireless VAS player Mobile2win has acquired the rights to distribute Cafu soccer content in India, including a multilevel game, wallpapers and animations.

''We have rolled out the Cafu Football game keeping in mind the excitement of the season and the World Cup. Also, part of our soccer Mobile line up is the Spanish League Game and wallpapers and a host of other generic Soccer content we have developed for the tournament,'' Mobile2win India Head Rajiv Hiranandani said in a statement here today.

Mr Hiranandani is confident that the soccer lovers in the country would enjoy downloading the Brazilian Soccer Captain Cafu on their mobile phones, the statement said.

Mobile users will get a chance to play with their favourite team and win the Cup in the most advanced football game, it said.

Featuring a fast, realistic, exciting game, with all the details of a football match, like injuries, substitutions, tactics, and formation changes, Cafu Football will attempt to live up the emotions of the World Cup.

The game can be downloaded via GPRS and logging onto the service providers home page games section.

Cafu Football is now available through major mobile operators like BPL, Hutch, Idea and will be available soon on Airtel and Tata.

Mobile2win has executed over 200 brand-marketing campaigns for over 80 of the world's largest brands. In addition, Mobile2win is a developer of mobile games and other value added content.


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