Interactive Project announces a new game: MyGPTeam Turbo

San Francisco, 25 March 2013

Interactive Project, the leader in managerial games for motorsports, takes the opportunity of “Game Connection America 2013” to announce that it has opened up to an initial group of groundbreakers to participate in the preview stage of its new exciting “MyGPTeam Turbo” game.

The multi-platform game, recently released in private beta as Android mobile app and web app, will allow the casual gamer to start a managerial career in the world of car sports inspired by Formula 1.

“With MyGPTeam Turbo” says Interactive Project CEO Matteo Palumbo, “in just a few minutes you can choose the circuit and the race strategy and enter a ‘race-room’ to challenge other online players in short races. The game has been designed for those who would like to live and share with friends the thrilling experience to manage a Formula 1-like team”.

The new game is perfectly suited to complement “MyGPTeam Career“, the managerial game for hardcore Formula 1 fans played by more than 50,000 players worldwide.

Thanks to its partnership with publishers in Europe and South America, Interactive Project is planning another hit with “MyGPTeam Turbo” and is taking the opportunity of “Game Connection” to further broaden its partner portfolio for both games.

For more info visit us at:

Game Connection America 2013 – March 25th to March 27th

Sir Francis Drake Hotel, 450 Powel Street, San Francisco, CA

Cypress Room, 2nd floor, table 278 (Interactive Project)

About Interactive Project

Interactive Project develops and publishes mobile and browser-based game, with focus on motor-sports and racing titles. The company is also engaged in assisting indie developers in the finalization and publishing of their games, through the project “Indie’s Way”, and it collaborates with third party companies on ad hoc development of gamification apps and advergames.

Our games are developed with extreme cure to graphics, design and game-play experience, stressing the social and multiplayer aspects. Each game is a modular product, opening the possibility to re-use the technology to boost the development of new games, titles and gamification apps.

25. March 2013 by Interactive Project
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