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Ex-EA Sports producer: NCAA video games replicated real college players

Monday, May 13, 2013

College sports video games were designed to replicate actual players without using their names, a former Electronic Arts Sports executive producer said in his deposition as part of the Ed O'Bannon lawsuit. (AL.com)

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