eBoxingPromoter Is Now Live!

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www.eboxingpromoter.com
We are now live!


  • eBoxingPromoter is a web-based boxing simulation game that allows you to take control as a Promoter in the world of Professional Boxing.
  • Build up a promotional stable by signing fighters from a fully-simulated amateur scene with tens of thousands of fighters, or pick up seasoned professionals.
  • Send scouts to see if they can unearth the next superstar from over 80 countries.
  • Guide your fighters from regional titles to P4P greatness - the eBoxingPromoter world has world titles, interalphabetty titles, continental, national, regional titles and more!
  • Secure sponsorship and tv deals...get your promotional name out there and gain a reputation. Try to earn big from PPV!
  • Compete against or collaborate with other players!
  • Play how YOU want to play...put on competitive shows and not be afraid to take a loss, or build up hype-jobs against Latvian journeymen - it's entirely up to you!

Although any errors need to be reported on the in game forum, I will monitor this thread for while to answer any questions which aren't covered in the guides.
 
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I have been waiting for this for a while,loved the original and always regretted winding down my promotions when I did to give1.5 a go never got in to that one.
 
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Do Me A Favour Promotions Ltd is back open for business in Germany!

Btw will my monthly contribution from the other game still continue?
you need to go onto Paypal to cancel it. its more like a standing order than a direct debit so i can't do anything to stop it.
 

Bajingo

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Nice one, had a play around with the beta but been short of time recently. Will definitely get into this soon.
 
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Why are there so few trainers, my fighters are all from Ireland and hopefully one from the UK yet when i try and search for trainers the only ones available are in Africa or Asia? One or two in France but zero in Ireland.