MLB The Show: MLB, MLBPA announce renewed deal with Sony for official MLB game


first_img Sreehari Menon SUBSCRIBE TO US Today @MLB, @MLB_Players, @SonySanDiego and @PlayStation announced multi-year, multi-platform video game partnership extensions @MLBTheShow.— MLB Communications (@MLB_PR) December 10, 2019 The 2019 MLB winter meetings began on Sunday and we already have loads of news coming out of San Diego. In a significant move that will please MLB fans and gamers alike, the Major League Baseball (MLB), the Major League Baseball Players Association (MLBPA), Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) and San Diego Studio in unison announced the award-winning video game ‘MLB The Show’. All parties have entered into multi-year extensions to continue the development and distribution of the officially licensed video game of the MLB.Also Read: MLB Trade Rumours: Texas Rangers Could Sign New York Yankees Player Miguel AndujarMLB, MLBPA extend partnership with Sony for ‘MLB The Show’ game LIVE TV Written By San Diego Studio to honour MLB game’s 15th anniversarySan Diego Studio has been creating officially licensed baseball video games for the past 20 years which have been enjoyed by millions of fans. ‘MLB The Show 20’ will feature Chicago Cubs star Javier Báez, who is famously nicknamed as El Mago, as its cover athlete. The studio will be honouring the 15th Anniversary of MLB The Show’s franchise next year through an assortment of unique promotions and new gameplay features.Also Read: New York Yankees Owner Hal Steinbrenner Believes Brett Gardner Would Be Perfect Fit ⚾— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) December 10, 2019 FOLLOW UScenter_img Very exciting news about the future of MLB The Show— MLB The Show (@MLBTheShow) December 10, 2019 First Published: 11th December, 2019 11:24 IST WATCH US LIVE COMMENT Last Updated: 11th December, 2019 11:24 IST MLB The Show: MLB, MLBPA Announce Renewed Deal With Sony For Official MLB Game MLB The Show: MLB, MLBPA, Sony, San Diego Studios entered into a multi-year extended deal to continue development and distribution of MLB The Show on Tuesday No more away games.— Xbox (@Xbox) December 10, 2019 Also Read: MLB Trade Rumours: New York Yankees Have Reportedly Made A $245m Offer For Gerrit Cole’MLB The Show’ to be available on Xbox and NintendoThe historic deal also sees ‘MLB The Show’ to be featured on additional console platforms. Earlier, ‘MLB The Show’ was only available on PlayStation, but now will be available on Xbox and Nintendo as early as 2021. Complete information of the agreement will be announced later.Also Read: Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson And James Harden Have Changed NBA: Heat Coach Erik Spoelstralast_img

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