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EA won't produce NCAA football video game in 2014

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Video game manufacturer Electronic Arts will not publish a version of its college football game next year and it may stop doing so permanently because of litigation concerning the use of the athletes' names and likenesses, the company announced Thursday. The company also said it is trying to settle the lawsuits that have been filed against it by former athletes. There are three such suits pending. (USA Today)

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