ESports Boxing Club

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eSports Boxing Club (stylised as ESBC) is an upcoming boxing simulation video game developed and published by Steel City Interactive.[1] It is set to be released in 2021 for Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.[2] It will be the first major boxing game to be released for consoles since Fight Night Champion (2011).[3]

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Developer(s)Steel City Interactive
Publisher(s)Steel City Interactive
Director(s)Ash Habib
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Platform(s)
  • Steam
  • PlayStation 4
  • PlayStation 5
  • Xbox One
  • Xbox Series X/S
Release2021
Genre(s)Sports
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer
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The game was announced in April 2020,[4] following news that EA Sports had rejected an offer from promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom Boxing for a new boxing game.[5]

Gameplay[edit]

Next-Gen Footwork[edit]

The game will feature "next gen footwork revolutionising movement - with research and input from World Champions to create the most realistic mannerisms and movement"[6] A movement trailer was released on 10th November 2020.[7]

Licenses[edit]

The game “features many major boxing championships from organizations including the WBC, IBF, WBO, IBO, British Boxing Board of Control, and Ring Magazine”.[8] CompuBox and BoxRec will also feature, although it is unknown how.[9]

Commentary[edit]

Commentators include Paul Dempsey, Johnny Nelson and Todd Grisham.[6]

Customisation[edit]

A character creator preview was released on 22nd January 2021. Cleto Reyes, Rival Boxing Gear and Empire Pro Tape will feature.[10]

Career Mode[edit]

A "fully customisable career mode in which you can create your own fighter, as well as judges, trainers, cut-men and promoters” will be available at launch.[6]

Roster[edit]

The game will “feature over 65 licensed fighters, along with coaches, promoters, presenters and cut-men”,[11] scanned and sculpted by Ten24[6], who previously worked on Death Stranding.[12]

Fighters[11][13][14][15][edit]

  • Aadam Hamed United Kingdom
  • Alex Dilmaghani United Kingdom
  • Alexander Povetkin Russia
  • Alicia Napoleon United States
  • Amir Khan United Kingdom
  • Andres Campos Chile
  • Andrew Moloney Australia
  • Anthony Crolla United Kingdom
  • Anthony Mundine Australia
  • Arturo Gatti Canada
  • Badou Jack Sweden
  • Badr Hari Morocco
  • Billy Dib Australia
  • Caleb Plant United States
  • Canelo Álvarez Mexico
  • Cecilia Brækhus Norway
  • Cedric Doumbe France
  • Chantelle Cameron United Kingdom
  • Charlie Edwards United Kingdom
  • Chris Algieri United States
  • Chris John Indonesia
  • Claressa Shields United States
  • Conor Benn United Kingdom
  • Cris Cyborg Brazil
  • Dalton Smith United Kingdom
  • Damian Chambers United Kingdom
  • Daniel Geale Australia
  • Daniel Jacobs United States
  • David Adeleye United Kingdom
  • David Lemieux Canada
  • Diego Corrales United States
  • Ebanie Bridges Australia
  • Eddie Hall United Kingdom
  • Edgar Berlanga United States
  • Enzo Maccarinelli United Kingdom
  • Eric Esch United States
  • Erik Morales Mexico
  • Florian Marku Albania
  • Floyd Patterson United States
  • Frank Bruno United Kingdom
  • Gabriel Rosado United States
  • George Davey United Kingdom
  • George Groves United Kingdom
  • George Kambosos Jr. Australia
  • Glenn McCrory United Kingdom
  • Heather Hardy United States
  • Henry Wharton United Kingdom
  • Hopey Price United Kingdom
  • Israil Madrimov Uzbekistan
  • Jack Dempsey United States
  • Jack Johnson United States
  • Jaime Munguia Mexico
  • Jamel Herring United States
  • Jason Moloney Australia
  • Javier Fortuna Dominican Republic
  • Jeison Rosario Dominican Republic
  • Jelena Mrdjenovich Canada
  • Jessica McCaskill United States
  • Joe Frazier United States
  • Joe Joyce United Kingdom
  • Joe Louis United States
  • Joe Smith Jr. United States
  • John Riel Casimero Philippines
  • Johnny Nelson United Kingdom
  • Jono Carroll Republic of Ireland
  • Jordan Gill United Kingdom
  • Jorge Linares Venezuela
  • Josh Taylor United Kingdom
  • Josh Warrington United Kingdom
  • Juan Francisco Estrada Mexico
  • Juan Manuel Marquez Mexico
  • Kelly Pavlik United States
  • Kid Galahad United Kingdom
  • Lee McGregor United Kingdom
  • Lerrone Richards United Kingdom
  • Levi Kinsiona United Kingdom
  • Lucas Browne Australia
  • Lyndon Arthur United Kingdom
  • Marco Antonio Barrera Mexico
  • Marcos Maidana Argentina
  • Mark Reyes Jr. United States
  • Michael McKinson United Kingdom
  • Micky Ward United States
  • Mose Auimatagi New Zealand
  • Natasha Jonas United Kingdom
  • Nigel Benn United Kingdom
  • Nonito Donaire Philippines
  • Oleksandr Usyk Ukraine
  • Oscar Valdez Mexico
  • Patrick Rokohl Germany
  • Patrick Teixeira Brazil
  • Paulie Malignaggi United States
  • Ray Mancini United States
  • Regis Prograis United States
  • Ricky Hatton United Kingdom
  • Robert Helenius Finland
  • Robin Reid United Kingdom
  • Rocky Marciano United States
  • Román González Nicaragua
  • Rosendo Alvarez Nicaragua
  • Roy Jones Jr. United States
  • Ryan Rhodes United Kingdom
  • Scott Quigg United Kingdom
  • Seniesa Estrada United States
  • Sergey Kovalev Russia
  • Sergio Martinez Argentina
  • Sergio Mora United States
  • Shane Mosley Jr. United States
  • Shannon Courtenay United Kingdom
  • Shawn Porter United States
  • Sophie Alisch Germany
  • Sugar Ray Robinson United States
  • Sulem Urbina Mexico
  • Sunny Edwards United Kingdom
  • Terence Crawford United States
  • Terri Harper United Kingdom
  • Timothy Bradley United States
  • Tommy Morrison United States
  • Tyson Fury United Kingdom
  • Vasyl Lomachenko Ukraine
  • Vergil Ortiz Jr. United States
  • Viddal Riley United Kingdom
  • Vinny Pazienza United States
  • Wilfredo Mendez Puerto Rico
  • Xu Can China

Coaches[11][edit]

  • Ben Davison United Kingdom
  • Dave Coldwell United Kingdom
  • Eddy Reynoso Mexico
  • Frank Greaves United Kingdom
  • Grant Smith United Kingdom
  • Henry Wharton United Kingdom
  • Joe Gallagher United Kingdom

Referee[16][edit]

  • Kenny Bayless United States

Promoters[11][edit]

  • Lou DiBella (DiBella Entertainment) United States
  • Sam Jones (S-Jam Boxing) United Kingdom
  • Lee Eaton (MTK Global) United Kingdom
  • Tony Tolj (Dragon Fire Promotions) Australia
  • Joseph DeGuardia (Star Boxing) United States

Presenters[11][edit]

  • Paul Dempsey United Kingdom
  • Cynthia Conte United States
  • Todd Grisham United States
  • Craig Stephen United Kingdom
  • Ryan O'Hara United States

Cutmen[11][edit]

  • Jamie Sheldon United Kingdom
  • Ian Johnson United Kingdom

eSports[edit]

There has been heavy emphasis placed on the game's eSports qualities. An annual tournament, featuring the WBC (who will be awarding a belt to the winner) has been announced, although few details have been revealed.[6]

References[edit]

  1. "Home". Steel City Interacti. Retrieved 2021-02-26.
  2. "ESBC Game FAQ | Esports Boxing Club Game FAQ". Retrieved 2021-02-26.
  3. Yin-Poole, Wesley (2021-03-29). "With no EA Fight Night in sight, Esports Boxing Club looks like it's got a good shot". Eurogamer. Retrieved 2021-07-30.
  4. "New eSports Boxing Club game announced as EA reject calls for new Fight Night". The Sun. 2020-04-20. Retrieved 2021-02-28.
  5. "Eddie Hearn promises fans boxing video game despite EA Sports rejection". World Boxing News. 2020-04-20. Retrieved 2021-02-28.
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 "ESBC Game Features | Esports Boxing Club Game Features". Retrieved 2021-02-26.
  7. "Esports Boxing Club | The biggest boxing game for Pc, Xbox, Playstation". www.esportsboxingclub.com. Retrieved 2021-02-26.
  8. "A New Boxing Game Is Finally Coming And The Graphics Look Insane". www.sportbible.com. Retrieved 2021-02-28.
  9. February 17, Michael Harradence /; 2021. "eSports Boxing Club February Development Update Unveiled, Gameplay Trailer Dropping Soon". PlayStation Universe. Retrieved 2021-02-28.
  10. Noah, Steve (2021-02-18). "eSports Boxing Club Provides Update". Operation Sports. Retrieved 2021-02-28.
  11. 11.0 11.1 11.2 11.3 11.4 11.5 "Fighters Roster | Esportsboxingclub". Retrieved 2021-02-26.
  12. "Work". Ten24. Retrieved 2021-02-26.
  13. Jacobson, Jake (2021-03-20). "eSports Boxing Club Reveals 20+ New Fighters". Sports Gamers Online. Retrieved 2021-03-21.
  14. Mazique, Brian. "ESports Boxing Club Unveils Huge Names In First Official Roster Reveal". Forbes. Retrieved 2021-03-23.
  15. "eSports Boxing Club early access expected to launch in summer of 2021, per developers". Gamepur. 2021-03-23. Retrieved 2021-03-23.
  16. "eSports Boxing Club adds Tyson Fury to roster, scrubs summer early access plans". Gamepur. 2021-07-29. Retrieved 2021-07-30.



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