Scottish Premiership announced to be fully licensed on PES 2019.

Not all Scottish football fans will be buying FIFA now, as their main rivals PES have the full license of the SPFL.
Celtic and Rangers have been used in editions gone by, but this time the whole league will be involved – which could include stadiums like the Toni Macaroni or Celtic Park.
Konami is adding seven new leagues and stadiums too, ahead of their release in August.

SPFL CEO Neil Doncaster said: “It is exciting to join the PES fold.
“We are looking forward to seeing stars from the Ladbrokes Premiership featuring alongside players from other leading leagues and clubs from around the world.”
Konami said: “Announcing seven new, official football leagues for PES 2019 is a clear sign that we are committed to giving fans more of what they want – more licensed content.
“We are more confident than ever in the direction the franchise is headed and this is just one of many steps we are taking to elevate PES to new heights. We continue to believe in the Power of Football and PES 2019 will be our most powerful game yet featuring more fully licensed leagues and clubs than ever before.”