Five Days Left To Be Featured In Lacrosse Video Game
From Press Release
Pittsburgh, PA – Crosse Studios, the creator of over 10 lacrosse video games, is offering fans an unprecedented opportunity to have their name and likeliness featured in the first high quality Lacrosse Video Game for Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam. Fans who pledge at Lacrosse15.com in the next five days will be awarded a custom player and two copies of the game! Additionally, backers can join as beta testers and even lock up entire team rosters.
Through a revolutionary crowdfunding campaign, players of all levels can help bring lacrosse to the gaming world by pledging a preorder at Lacrosse15.com. Presently, the campaign has raised over 81 percent of its goal and will close in five days on July 21.
Carlo Sunseri, founder of Crosse Studios, started the company during his senior year of college while playing lacrosse for Robert Morris University. Since 2009, he has released 10 lacrosse games on Xbox, iOS, and Android and is looking to bring the world's fastest growing sport mainstream.
"We are thrilled to be the first to the market. As a lacrosse player and video gamer, I know that there is feverish demand for a high quality lacrosse video game," Sunseri said. "The excitement is contagious and it is our hope that these user generated teams and characters will add growth to the sport by getting more people involved and excited about being featured in a video game."
Lacrosse '15 is nearing the end of its $75,000 fundraising campaign on IndieGoGo. There are only five days left to support the game.
"We've had a great response so far from the lacrosse community! With the support of over 560 people, we have raised $60,571 to help build Lacrosse 15," said Carlo Sunseri. "We've been working on a mobile game over the past year and plan on leveraging that code base as well as the funds raised from the campaign to build a game that captures the sport of lacrosse like never before."
Preorder your copy on Indiegogo today at www.Lacrosse15.com.
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