Netflix made a cheeky joke about Football Manager 2024 being available on their app, and fans loved what they did.
The famed football game launched on the popular streaming service exclusively for its members on November 6.
In previous years, the game’s developers, Sports Interactive, have made the game available to play on PlayStation and Xbox, not just on PC and Mac.
Existing players of the game with a Netflix membership can download FM24 Mobile through their app on their device.
You can still find the game on the App Store and Google Play, but you need a Netflix account to login.
The company has since taken to Instagram with a cheeky post advertising the game.
Its caption read: “Busy your hands with something else. Football Manager 2024 is now exclusively available to play on the Netflix app.”
Fans certainly loved their way of marketing the game and were quick to reply.
One simply said: “Cheeky.”
Another added: “That’s genuinely a good deal.”
A third wrote: “Wait this actually so good.”
The game began its life in 1992 as Championship Manager before changing its name in 2005 after its rebrand.