CM Online Official Thread

Tom

That Nice Guy
Well.. theres probably only me and Ruud who actually care about this, but i can report that CM Online has officialy been released:

Email

Hi,

CM-Online has just kicked off!

Thank you for having expressed interest in CM-Online. We're now proud to announce that CM-Online has just gone live!

If you register and purchase a subscription period for CM-Online before midnight on Tuesday 22nd February 2005, you'll receive one month's subscription to the game for free (subject to the Terms & Conditions below). But please hurry as this offer will close at midnight sharp and remember to register yourself using the email address that this email was sent to or the offer won't work.

Please ready yourself and go to http://www.cm-online.com , click the "sign up" picture (to the right) to subscribe and enter the world of CM-Online.

CM-Online is about competition. For the first time prove just how good you are as a manager. Facing the same constraints as in reality, success is down to how you interact and negotiate with other human managers:

o For the first time take the total Championship Manager experience online
o Play head-to-head with other real-life managers
o Experience absolute realism with only 1 of each team / player
o Challenge your mates and their teams in "Buddy Leagues"
o Build your reputation and career to ultimately manage the biggest clubs in Europe

Are you ready to take up the challenge?
The CM-Online Squad

end of email

Hmm.... £3.99 a month... well guys, what do you think?

TROD.
 

rpvankasteren

Fan Favourite
No, it's a completely stand alone game. It's also developed by a different company (Jadestone) then CM5 (BGS).

<edit> Btw, I take a certain interest in this game, but not to the extend of caring. Mostly because it's CM-related. Never going to play it though. If a game goes online, it must be free. An entry fee ok, but I don't like any future payments needing to be fulfilled, even if it's just 4 quid a month. </edit>
 

Tom

That Nice Guy
totally agree Ruud, i can understand maybe a £3 admission fee, but thats it, monthly payments is forcing you to keep playing even if you dont want to, i cant REALLY see this doing amazingly well for Eidos/BGS

TROD.
 

rpvankasteren

Fan Favourite
Might as well make this the CMO sticky.

Anyway: CM Online has gone operational yesterday.


Championship Manager Online Is Now LIVE!
by Keir Edmonds - 28/02/2005

Eidos and Jadestone are thrilled to announce that the highly anticipated Championship Manager Online is now fully LIVE and operational! Simply click here or go to www.cm-online.com to sign up. CM-Online is offered on a subscription basis with the following price bands:


Champ Man Online rates




CM-Online is a stand-alone massive multiplayer online football management simulation. As well as testing your managerial skills against thousands of human opponents, the game offers a “buddy league” mode that lets you compete in a league against just your friends.


CM-Online provides the same realism and depth that have become hallmarks of the Championship Manager series. Choose to manage a club from one of six national leagues (England, Scotland, Italy, Spain, Germany and France) dealing with everything from transfers and tactics to training. New leagues will be added and the game will be continually updated to reflect changes in the real-world of football. You can also be kept informed of your team’s progress at all times via SMS. Within the game, users are grouped together in separate “worlds” meaning that there can only ever be one of each player and club in each individual world.

CM-Online is about competition. For the first time prove just how good you are as a manager. Facing the same constraints as in reality, success is down to how you interact and negotiate with other human managers:

• For the first time take the total Championship Manager experience online
• Play head-to-head with other real-life managers
• Experience absolute realism with only one occurrence of each team / player per ‘world’
• Challenge your mates and their teams in “Buddy Leagues”
• Build your reputation and career to ultimately manage the biggest clubs in Europe



Are you ready to take up the challenge?
 

Tom

That Nice Guy
thought id post in this thread over 6 months on, and i can confirm that CMO did indeed do terribly...
 

Steelmind

Club Supporter
Contrary to popular belief, the game actually took off quite well! :)

Right now CM-Online is looking for affiliate partners looking to make some money off their website. If you own a website and don't mind an extra paycheck every month, please contact [email protected]

Btw, quite a lot has happened in a year and a half, and the biggest release yet to come is October 30th.

Ah yes. You can play for free now! Almost forgot :)
 


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