Milestone extends its MotoGP license to 2021

MotoGP and Milestone have signed a contract renewal. As such, the Italian developer to retain the licensing for the Official MotoGP videogame through December 2021. Extending an important partnership that began in 2012, this new agreement once again covers all console and PC platforms.

The extension is also announced at an exciting time for both MotoGP and Milestone. After all, MotoGP eSports Championship celebrated a stunning first season with an exciting finale at the Valencia GP.

Luisa Bixio, Vice President of Milestone, said:

“We are very glad to continue working with Dorna Sports. MotoGP has been a key title in our portfolio during the past years. And it will continue to play this relevant role in the future. The partnership with Dorna has proven to be excellent. Year after year, we have been able to grow this license in the videogame world, achieving solid results including this year, when we successfully entered together into the eSports scene. We are confident that, together with Dorna, we will be able to provide all fans of the MotoGP franchise with an increasingly engaging experience in the future.”

Pau Serracanta, Managing Director of Dorna Sports – Commercial Area, added:

“It is fantastic news for both MotoGP™ and Milestone to see our partnership continue for another four years. Having worked together since 2012, the foundations are strong to enable us to continue growing even more. And with the incredible success of both the videogames and the first ever eSports Championship, we’re confident the future will keep pushing the boundaries, as expected from MotoGP.”

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