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KLab Inc., a leader in online mobile games, announced the official addition of full language support for the Arabic language to Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team on Monday, June 4. Players of the global version of the game now have the option of playing the game in eight languages.

Since the global version of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team was released in December 2017, the game has found growing popularity in the MENA gaming community with a firmly-entrenched fan base across the Middle East and North Africa. The game has captured the #1 overall sales ranking spot in the App Store* in five countries. As a result of this rise in popularity, KLab received a cascade of requests to add Arabic language support to the game. The company responded today with the addition of the Arabic version of the game.

* Countries in the MENA region where the game has taken the #1 spot in the overall sales rankings for iPhone in the App Store: Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, United Arab Emirates (Source: App Annie)

Shun Fujiyoshi, Executive Producer of Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team commented, “We have been excited and honored by the international outpouring of support for Captain Tsubasa: Dream Team. Many memorable characters in the original story hail from the Middle East. We wanted to give fans living in these countries the opportunity to interact with the game on a deeper level, and I’m pleased we were able to deliver this experience in their native languages. KLabGames will continue working to provide the best possible gaming experience for global players worldwide.”


Source: Paz