East Side Games Group announces global launch of game inspired by sitcom The Office

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“The Office: Somehow We Manage offers players the opportunity to immerse themselves in iconic moments from the series and connect with their favorite characters like never before,” said Darcy Taylor, CEO of ESGG.

East Side Games Group (TSX:EAGR, OTCQB:EAGRF) has announced the launch of “The Office: Somehow We Manage” game worldwide on iOS and Android.

The free idle game is inspired by the critically acclaimed and Emmy Award-winning American version of The Office.

“The Office: Somehow We Manage offers players the opportunity to immerse themselves in iconic moments from the series and connect with their favorite characters like never before,” said Darcy Taylor, CEO of ESGG. “Fans of The Office will absolutely feel the nostalgia through this new game.”

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The new game will allow fans to relive memorable moments from the series like they’ve never seen them before – brought to life, while racing their way to rake in profits to save the Scranton branch from downsizing.

Featuring gameplay accessible to all player types, this narrative idle tapper will give players the ability to unlock and upgrade iconic characters and their offices while participating in special monthly events for additional in-game rewards.

“The Office: Somehow We Manage reimagines the cast as dynamic, animated characters for the first time, delivering a new experience for The Office fans everywhere,” said Jim Molinets, SVP of Production, universal games and digital platforms. “The game will transport players to well-known and hilarious episodes that have resonated with so many over the years and allow them to spend even more time with their favorite Dundler Mifflin employees.”

East Side Games Group (TSX:EAGR, OTCQB:EAGRF) is a leading free-to-play mobile gaming group, creating engaging games that build lasting player loyalty.

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