UFL Game: Roberto Firmino Announced As Next Ambassador

UFL Game: Roberto Firmino Announced as Next Ambassador

Ultimate Football League (UFL) is looking to give the gaming community a fun new football game and they have announced that Roberto Firmino is their next ambassador.

The developers are looking to compete with the hugely successful franchise FIFA, and this might be difficult, but it looks like they are relishing the challenge.

For those who don’t know, UFL Ambassadors are players who will help promote the game and also most likely be on the front cover.

This is huge news for UFL, and although it isn’t Lionel Messi or Cristiano Ronaldo, Firmino is still a great coup for the game and company..

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Robert Firmino Announced As Next UFL Ambassador

UFL announced on social media via Twitter that their next ambassador will be Firmino. The Brazilian follows in the footsteps of Oleksandr Zinchenko, who was the first ambassador to be announced.

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The Liverpool and Brazil striker has won many trophies with the Premier League side and has also participated in huge tournaments for both club and country.

To view the announcement, have a look at the link down below.

It is especially good for UFL to announce Firmino at this time, as the centre forward managed to score a hatrick in the Premier League for the Reds away to relegation battling Watford, who had Claudio Ranieri managing them for the first time.

The tweet they posted was a small clip which showed us what the defender would look like in the game. The graphics look great for the game and this video has increased excitement around the gaming community for UFL to be released.

The graphics being great should hopefully see a lot of players want to give the game a go.

The two Ambassadors so far are Premier League stars playing for big clubs, and no doubt there will be more players announced in the future.

It is unknown for now whether these Ambassadors will be from other big leagues in Europe, or if they will stick to Premier League players.

It will always be hard to compete with FIFA, but the developers of UFL are making the right steps in order to try and become another big football game.

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