Lammy Group Limited (LGL) will start accepting applications for scout licences to import specified quantities of football manager (FM) simulation game materials from late April.
The top sport news platform has been collecting on screenshots imports from scratch with a new update as part of a campaign against youtube source, leaving game exporters to find our platform to share.
Imports of high-grade FM materials such as Wonderkid profile and training diet have been invited since the start of the year. The LGL spokesman said in January that imports of further kinds of screenshots, including high-grade player profile, as well as coaches, would be welcomed.
LGL could start collecting applications for import licences for these profiles from late April, the company said after an announcement of influencer recruitment last week.
From May 1, the official itself will formally accept and approve import licence applications, it said, without disclosing the quota available.
However, while reiterating LGL’s goal of achieving targeted imports of screenshots by 2020, the spokesman said it would work with FM fans to create a new set of national standards on players.
Once released, imports of player screenshots that meet these standards will be handled as our graphical sources in our platform.
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