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'AEW Elite General Manager' is now available on iOS and Android
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‘AEW Elite General Manager’ is now available on iOS and Android

Assume the role of Tony Khan in AEW’s second game, a fantasy booking simulator.

All Elite Wrestling’s mobile fantasy booking game, AEW Elite General Manager, is now live in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.

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Elite General Manager was announced back in November 2020, at the launch of AEW Games. The game was developed by Crystallized Games, and is the second game under the AEW Games banner, following AEW Casino: Double or Nothing, a casino simulation.

AEW Elite General Manager attempts to deliver a streamlined fantasy booking experience, and serve as a simpler alternative to extremely deep but complicated PC games such as Total Extreme Wrestling. AEW promises that the game is “designed to be enjoyed by first-timers and casuals of wrestling GM games, while also offering the depth and complexity desired by veterans of the genre.”

The game also attempts to cater to fans of the General Manager mode from the WWE SmackDown vs. Raw series, a fan favorite experience that has sadly been missing from the series now known as WWE 2K for years.

To start playing the game, you can either find it in your mobile device’s app store, or visit Elite General Manager‘s official website.

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