GamingTekken Card Tournament gets over one million downloads in...

Tekken Card Tournament gets over one million downloads in four days


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The first free-to-play chapter in the King of Iron Fist tournament opened with an earth-shattering bang last week, with over one million downloads of the TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT app across all stores in just four days. The cross-platform free-to-play game is also available for instant play in web browsers.


The seamless cross-platform play of TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT lets fighters challenge each other online no matter where they are or what device they’re using, whether it’s a smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC. The game features the amazing 3D visuals players expect from TEKKEN, with electrifying turn-based card battling that’s fun right from the start and loaded with satisfying depth.

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To thank the pioneering players who have taken the fight to the streets since launch, as well as new players trying the game for the first time, NAMCO BANDAI Games is offering a 30% discount on all in-game purchases of card booster packs for a 48 hour period starting today at 17:00 CET.

“We’re overwhelmed by the incredible reaction of the fans following the launch of Tekken Card Tournament,” said Olivier Comte, Senior Vice President, NAMCO BANDAI Games Europe. “One million downloads in four days is beyond our expectations, and this promotion is a small thank you to all the fans battling worldwide as we continue working to make the experience even better.”

TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT for smartphones, tablets and web browsers is available now via :

Physical booster packs of TEKKEN CARD TOURNAMENT Game Cards are set to arrive in stores soon.

Andrew Edney
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