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Sonic at the olympic games
Sonic at the olympic games

Sonic at the Olympic Games Pre-Registration Open Now

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SEGA announced that that a new Sonic games will come for smartphones, Sonic at the Olympic Games – Tokyo 2020, the official mobile game of the Olympic Games will launch on Android and iOS on May 7, 2020. SEGA is offering a list of rewards that will unlock according the number of pre-registrations.

Check out the full list of reward targets here:

  • 100,000 pre-registrations will unlock the “Ocean View” music track from Team Sonic Racing
  •  300,000 pre-registrations will unlock Training Points that can be used to unlock events and special skills
  •  500,000 pre-registrations will unlock the badge featuring Miraitowa, the Tokyo 2020 mascot

SEGA is offering more rewards if pre-registrations pass the 500,000 mark.

Sonic at the Olympic Games – Tokyo 2020 will feature popular characters from the Sonic The Hedgehog series. 15 Olympic Games events can be enjoyed, including all new Tokyo 2020 events such as Karate and Climbing. SEGA also teased a number of “Extra Events” that will feature gimmicks from the Sonic universe. Leaderboards will allow players, countries, and regions to compete against each other for glory.

Check the official reveal trailer down below:

About SEGA:

SEGA Group is comprised of SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. and four subsidiary groups: Consumer, Arcade, Toys Animation and Locations. Through the medium of entertainment, we are committed to providing moving experiences to our customers worldwide.

About ISM:
ISM manages and develops entertainment software applications and is the International Olympic Committee (IOC) exclusive worldwide licensee for Interactive Entertainment Software. In addition to these exclusive rights, ISM is one of the world’s leading providers of sports fantasy games working with a number of sport’s governing bodies.

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