eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 (abbreviated eFootball PES2020) is a football simulation video game developed by PES Productions and published by Konami for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. The game will be the 19th installment in the Pro Evolution Soccer series and will be launched worldwide on September 10, and September 12 in Asia. The new game features a name change with the addition of 'eFootball' within the title, symbolizing a push in the online gaming space with a focus on PESLeague and eFootball Pro tournaments. Lionel Messi returns as the cover star of the standard edition, since his last appearance on the Pro Evolution Soccer 2011 cover, alongside Pro Evolution Soccer ambassadors Serge Gnabry, Miralem Pjanić and Scott McTominay. Ronaldinho will feature on the cover of the legend edition. A renewed agreement between Konami and Barcelona, was announced signalling a continued relationship with the Spanish football club. Together with this announcement it was also confirmed that a special Barcelona edition will be released.Manchester United and Konami announced an agreement which would see the club, its stadiums and players recreated within the game. The current squad have also been created using a full-body 3D scanning process, providing players of the game with ultra-realistic avatars. After the announcement of the demo — which is expected on July 30, 2019, FC Bayern Munich was announced as an official partner club. Players will have the full experience with authentic kits, full 3D scanned players and, exclusively, Bayern's home ground, Allianz Arena.Eighteen leagues are fully licensed in the game. All the teams in these leagues feature real players, kits and logos. Two new league licenses were obtained: the Italian Serie A and the Brazilian Campeonato Brasileiro Série B.Konami have retained the licence for the AFC Champions League, remaining in the game since its introduction in PES 2014.The English Premier League and EFL Championship, the Italian Serie B, and the Spanish La Liga and Segunda División will appear as unlicensed leagues in the game. These leagues will, however, feature real players. Serie A will have all clubs licensed, except Brescia, which will be licensed in a subsequent DLC.