The game formerly known as eSports Boxing Club (ESBC) Officially changed to Undisputedaccording to a YouTube video posted on the game’s official account showing studio head Ash Habib.
The game also changed its approach to all social media platforms.
Below can be found the video detailing the name change and the reason behind it:
As Habib mentioned, the original name of the game could have been considered a bit confusing. While eSports has taken off and become one of the most successful series in the video game industry, the term is associated exclusively with competitive gaming.
As eSports continues to be defined more specifically, it likely wouldn’t be in the publisher’s interest to release a game with the term in the title unless the games’ competitive age group is the only objective.
It will undisputedly aim to feed the esports audience, but not exclusively. The game offered an extensive fighter creation suite, a large roster and a career mode. The plan seems to be for it to be indisputably a more complete boxing experience aimed at fans of a competitive game as well as casual players interested in a more realistic but single player journey.
The biggest question about “Undisputedly” is when it will be released. We still don’t have an exact date and many fans are worried and frustrated by the lack of information on this front. Boxing video game fans have watched projects like this come and go without an actual release over the past decade.
The project has grown significantly since it was originally announced, and it has attracted a lot of interest.
It’s no longer indisputably a small indie project and the developers at Steel City may be waiting for the right push to take it to the next level. It’s questionable agreements with the likes of Canelo Alvarez, Terence Crawford, Tyson Fury, Todd Grisham and others going to the boards without an official release.