A Birmingham software development company has signed a deal to launch its second official World Cup football game.

Team Football has been granted a license to create 'Official England Football' which will be released later this month on iOS, Android and Windows 8 phones and tablets and which features commentary from BBC legend John Motson.

The deal follows a similar tie-up with the French Football Federation to create under license 'Official Equipe de France' which is also due to go live later in June.

Like its French counterpart, the England game is licensed meaning Team Football has been able to use official branding, kit and logos as well as the likeness of players heading to the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.

The game is only available to purchase in the UK but it does allow players in other territories to download the England data to add to their own playing experiences.

Music is provided by DubFX, using a version of 'Flow' as the title track for the game, a song which has garnered 20 million views on YouTube.

Team Football, which is based in Innovation Birmingham's Entrepreneurs for the Future centre and is part of its incubation support programme, said it expected to be making similar announcements for Brazil, China and Japan during the summer.

Creative director Steve Huckle, who co-founded the firm in October, said: "We hope to bring enjoyment to football fans across the world by giving regular updates and keeping up-to-date with real life scenarios.

"When we founded Team Football, our goal was to work with high-profile licenses such as England to help raise the profile of our games.

"We've worked really hard since late last year to develop a game that is fun to play and will give our end users plenty of enjoyment this summer."

The games being launched this summer have been developed under the 'Greenshoots' programme run by Creative England and Microsoft.

The body's head of games and digital media Jaspal Sohal said: "Team Football is a shining example of what the Greenshoots programme is all about, supporting new and emerging games developers with innovative ideas that have huge potential."

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