FIFA questions EA’s football monopoly in new statement


In the world of soccer games, the FIFA series released by EA for almost 10 years now has virtual domination and has eclipsed Pro Evolution Soccer. Company, making hundreds of millions of dollars from FIFA Ultimate Team. But with FIFA’s announcement that future games will be produced by multiple parties, recent developments pose a threat to that dominance.

FIFA said in a recent statement that it “tends to increase” in the “future world of gaming and esports”. The statement also criticized the current situation in the world of soccer games, which continues under EA’s domination.

In the statement, “FIFA is excited about the future and future of the world of gaming and esports, especially football. It is clear that this world should contain more than one controlling party. all rights, “the statement said. The statement continued:

“Technology and mobile device companies are now actively competing with FIFA to be associated with FIFA platforms and international tournaments. Accordingly, FIFA is a partnership between developers, investors and developers to develop the world of gaming and esports and the interactive entertainment industry for the long term. “He works with many industry partners, including analysts. The result will ensure that FIFA works with a range of appropriate parties who have proven their expertise to continuously create the best experience for consumers and fans. “

This statement, of course, does not mean that the EA FIFA football series will end. EA is trying to come to a licensing deal at the club and league level, and the recent long-term deal with FIFPRO gives EA the right to use the names and types of thousands of players around the world.

However, the biggest result of this statement may be the renaming of the FIFA series. FIFA would like $ 1 billion every 4 years to use EA’s name. EA has been using this name since the mid-90s. It is alleged that EA is considering changing its name to EA Sports FC after this attitude.

FIFA’s statement can be instrumental in creating a new competitive environment in this field and the entry of new businesses into this world. Konami is currently EA’s only real competitor. Konami changed the name of the PES series to eFootball, but the game It got off to a terrible start, leaving fans in the middle of nowhere. 2K Sports and Sony San Diego are two other companies involved in the world of video games. However, the two companies are unable to enter the world of football at the moment.

EA said in its own statement, “The presence of our partnerships and our licensed content ecosystem will allow us to maintain unparalleled realism in EA SPORTS football games for many years to come. As we look to the future, we are also considering the possibility of renaming our EA SPORTS football games. This means that we are reviewing our naming rights agreement with FIFA. However, this agreement does not mean that all other EA SPORTS football games will be renamed. This is a matter independent of our official partnerships and global licenses.

Kat Bailey is Editor-in-Chief at MRT and an ill-fated West Ham fan.

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