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eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.

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  • eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (eFootball PES), known in Japan and formerly North America as eFootball Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • eFootball PES (eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer), known in Japan as eFootball Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (branded as eFootball Winning Eleven ), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven or the shittiest soccer game in the world EA Sports way better(currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by . It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.Navaneed Is new iconic player included in efootball pes series
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.
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  • eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (PES) is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. The Pro Evolution Soccer series has also been used in esports. PES League (or PES World Finals as it was formerly known) is the official esports world championship held annually since 2010. PES League features both an individual's tournament (1v1) and since the 2018 edition a team's tournament (3v3). In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 106.8 million copies. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (eFootball PES), known in Japan and formerly North America as eFootball Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. The Pro Evolution Soccer series has also been used in esports. PES League (or PES World Finals as it was formerly known) is the official esports world championship held annually since 2010. PES League features both an individual's tournament (1v1) and since the 2018 edition a team's tournament (3v3). In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (eFootball PES), known in Japan and formerly North America as eFootball Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. The Pro Evolution Soccer series has also been used in esports. PES League (or PES World Finals as it was formerly known) is the official esports world championship held annually since 2010. PES League features both an individual's tournament (1v1) and since the 2018 edition a team's tournament (3v3). In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.KONAMI recently named SIRAJ nicknamed 'ICONIC' as the best pes mobile gamer ever.
  • eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer (eFootball PES), known in Japan and formerly North America as eFootball Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. The Pro Evolution Soccer series has also been used in esports. PES League (or PES World Finals as it was formerly known) is the official esports world championship held annually since 2010. PES League features both an individual's tournament (1v1) and since the 2018 edition a team's tournament (3v3). In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.Konami recently named SIRAJ nicknamed 'ICONIC' as the best pes mobile gamer ever .
  • eFootball PES (eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer), known in Japan as eFootball Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 2001. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. The Pro Evolution Soccer series has also been used in esports. PES League (or PES World Finals as it was formerly known) is the official esports world championship held annually since 2010. PES League features both an individual's tournament (1v1) and since the 2018 edition a team's tournament (3v3). In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven, is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (branded as eFootball Winning Eleven ), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager. ==Background== Ajibade Sokunbi was the creator of the first PES series
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven or the shittiest soccer game in the world EA Sports way better(currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the series has sold over 107.4 million copies, in addition to over 200 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. As with the FIFA series, PES allows players to perform their own unique goal celebrations. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES, abbreviated as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager. It is commonly perceived that FIFA is better than PES.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by . It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success.Navaneed Is new iconic player included in efootball pes series PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is being developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager. This game consists of ripping off fifa and dodgey controlls! Play now for a bad experience.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 108.6 million copies worldwide, in addition to 300 million mobile game downloads. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA Sports' FIFA series. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 111 million copies worldwide, in addition to 400 million mobile game downloads, as of December 2020. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA's FIFA series. PES is the second largest association football video game franchises after FIFA, with the rivalry between the two franchises considered the "greatest rivalry" in the history of sports video games. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 111 million copies worldwide, in addition to 400 million mobile game downloads, as of December 2020. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA's FIFA series. PES is the second largest association football video game franchise after FIFA, with the rivalry between the two franchises considered the "greatest rivalry" in the history of sports video games. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 111 million copies worldwide, in addition to 400 million mobile game downloads, as of December 2020. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.
  • Pro Evolution Soccer (abbreviated as PES and currently branded as eFootball PES), known in Japan as Winning Eleven (currently branded as eFootball Winning Eleven), is a series of association football simulation video games developed and released annually since 1995. It is developed and published by Konami. It consists of eighteen main instalments and several spin-off style titles and it has seen releases on many different platforms. It is itself a sister series of Konami's earlier International Superstar Soccer and has been released under different names before the name Pro Evolution Soccer was established worldwide. The series has consistently achieved critical and commercial success. PES has also been used in esports. eFootball.Open (formerly known as PES World Finals or PES League) is the esports world championship held by Konami annually since 2010. In association football circles, Pro Evolution Soccer has a longstanding rivalry with EA's FIFA series. PES is the second largest association football video game franchise after FIFA, with the rivalry between the two franchises considered the "greatest rivalry" in the history of sports video games. Listed as one of the best-selling video game franchises, the PES series has sold 111 million copies worldwide, in addition to 400 million mobile game downloads, as of December 2020. Konami also created a similar mobile game called PESCM or Pro Evolution Soccer Club Manager.The Best Player in PES is "Mohammed Rafeeh"
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