The expectations that the video game is generating eSports Boxing Club (ESBC) from Steel City Interactive They are getting very high, and more because he has been presenting the licenses of current figures and legends of fighters that will be included in the game.
A few days ago it was shown what the incredible gameplay will be like. For this, the exact movements of the fighters who will be in the game are being recorded.
But this time, the voice of ESBC, Todd Grisham unveiled the fighters who have joined the game’s impressive roster.
First of all, the already confirmed Mexican fighters that can be used are the super featherweight champion, Oscar Valdez, the former champion Juan Manuel Marquez, Jaime Munguía, the super flyweight world champion Juan Francisco “Gallo” Estrada, Marco Antonio Barrera and Erik morales.
They also join the roster Vasyl Lomachenko, Marcos “Chino” Maidana, Nonito Donaire, Sergio “Wonder” Martinez, Sergey Kovalev.
They all join Terence crawford, Caleb Plant, Amir khan, Oleksandr Usyk, Alexander Povetkin, Roy jones jr. Josh taylor, Chocolatito González, Ricky hatton, who had already been released.
What does ESBC offer boxers?
Todd Grisham, who is the official presenter explained how Steel City Interactive, the studio that develops the game, has come close to signing contracts with the fighters.
According to what he told Forbes, many of the contracts are based on royalties. Traditionally they are signing fighters with deals that span four years. Grisham gave an example where he used a Terence crawford and mentioned that fighters would be paid five cents per unit sold.
There could also be another more fundamental payment for inclusion. Nevertheless, Grisham He specifically mentioned royalties as the backbone of the deal with most of the boxers.