Basketball Pro Management 2015 Steps on the Court with Steam Launch!

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It’s time to hit the hardwood and push your team to the top of the rankings with Basketball Pro Management 2015, available today for PC on Steam.

From Umix Studios and Cyanide Studio, Basketball Pro Management 2015 puts you in control of managing and coaching your own basketball team, including leagues and regulations from around the globe. From recruiting and coaching players, to setting training schedules and budgets, the team’s success is all riding on your shoulders.

“This marks the fourth installment of Basketball Pro Management, and we can’t wait for players to try out all the new features,” said Victor Da Costa of Umix Studios. “Cyanide Studio has been a tremendous partner, using its expertise in sports management games to enhance the series with an all new interface and 3D simulations.”

New for this year, 3D visuals bring the game to life while the upgraded AI pushes your tactical abilities like never before. With 43 leagues and a wide range of competitions, real-time coaching, and over 13,000 fully customizable players, Basketball Pro Management 2015 is the premier name in basketball sims.

Key Features

Manage everything from recruitment to finances, and training to coaching.
43 playable leagues, including North American college and six women’s leagues.
New: International competitions (e.g. Olympics, World Cup).
New: Six national competitions (including China, Great Britain, Australia and Lebanon).
13,000+ players and 1,600+ teams, all customizable in the database editor.
Set training schedules to focus and guide player-growth.
Plan your tactics and change them on the fly during the game.
2D and new 3D game simulations.

From Umix Studios and Cyanide Studio, Basketball Pro Management 2015 is available now on Steam in nine languages, including English, French, German, and Spanish.

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