Premier League stars? Forget about it! Ubisoft uses League Two players to promote the release of The Division 2 beta
- They involved six League Two players in the launch of the new game
- Former Premier League player Matt Taylor was thrilled with the game
- Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 private beta is released over the weekend
Most companies rely on the Premier League or European stars when they want to launch a new video game.
Not Ubisoft. As part of the aptly named launch of Tom Clancy’s The Division 2, they have moved on to the fourth level of the English game.
That’s why six League Two players were involved in the launch of the new video game.
Ubisoft’s new video game was launched in association with League Two players
Matt Taylor (Swindon Town), Kieran O’Hara (Macclesfield Town), Callum Brittain (MK Dons), George Ray (Crewe Alexandra), Omar Sowunmi (Yeovil Town) and Robbie Simpson (MK Dons) have launched the new game.
Swindon Town midfielder Matt Taylor said: “Every division is different, but the only thing that remains is the real passion for the game.
“It’s nice to see Ubisoft recognize this by signing up for The Division 2.
They shunned the usual Premier League stars prior to the launch of the private private beta
‘We are thrilled to join the private beta, playing for launch and beyond. Can’t wait to see Division 2 fans in the Dark Zone! ‘
The League Two sextet will also encourage their teammates to sign up for the private beta between Friday and next Monday.
The game will be available on Xbox One, PS4 and PC on March 15th.