New partnership expands free-to-play racer across Western Europe too

Auto Club Revolution expands to Russia

Eutechnyx has signed a publishing deal for its racing game and car community Auto Club Revolution in Russia and Western Europe.

Two of the largest Russian communications operators, MegaFon and Vympelcom, have combined to bring ACR to these territories in partnership with publishing company National Service Operator.

“We are very excited to bring Auto Club Revolution to our market: an uncompromised racing experience and a fantastic place for true fans of cars to communicate,” said Anton Komarov, project director of NSO.

“We believe that we’re on the brink of the launch of a truly innovative new proposition in the world of electronic entertainment.”

Eutechnyx’s chief operating officer Darren Jobling added: “Auto Club Revolution is much more than a game, it also provides an immersive online experience for car and racing communities.

“To deliver this to the Russian market requires partners like these who think innovatively, demonstrate a deep understanding of local markets and have the ability to establish Auto Club Revolution as the leading online racing game in these key territories.”

ACR is a free-to-play online racing game and car community built in collaboration with the motor industry. With officially licensed cars from over 50 motor manufacturers, it’s a social platform for owning, customising and enjoying cars online.

ACR is currently available in English and German. The Russian version will launch later this year with fully localised content and support for the region.

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