That subheading's a Champions League final joke, by the way. Just in case you were wondering.
Yes, Bayern Munich might not be great at hanging onto a 1-0 lead against Manchester United, but it's still Germany's biggest football club, sitting pretty at the top of the Bundesliga table.
Now it's signed a deal with Artificial Life to make a series of mobile games based on the club. There's no titles or release dates yet, but Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge is chuffed (and how often do we get to quote him?):
"The partnership with Artificial Life helps us to reach the leading position among the football clubs worldwide in the mobile business. We are sure that our fans will love these new mobile games and mobile services provided by Artificial Life."
It'll pit Bayern into direct competition with Man Utd again, as the latter has signed its own deal with Jump Games.
Meanwhile, Artificial Life will also be making "interactive mobile entertainment formats" for the club, to be played at half-time during Bayern's matches.