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Collegiate Licensing Company confirms new college football deal with Electronic Arts

Friday, July 19, 2013

Electronic Arts and the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC), the agency that manages the licensing of college football programs, have signed a new agreement for EA's college football video games. Earlier this week, the NCAA announced it would not renew its licensing agreement with EA. EA's existing NCAA Football franchise will continue under a new name with a new game on next-generation consoles in 2014, even though the games will no longer include the name or logo of the NCAA. (Polygon.com)

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