EA sports to have a new name, license with FIFA ends after decades

Electronic Arts, Video game company, has announced that it will remove its iconic football game FIFA’s license after nearly two decades of leading the genre. The Executive Vice President & Group GM, EA Sports at Electronic Arts, Cam Weber announced in a post the change in the name will be in force from July 2023.

EA, however, will continue making football games under the banner, EA Sports FC. According to EA, they will continue to offer real – world experiences with 19,000+ players, 700+ teams, 100+ stadiums and 30 leagues they have signed up, which includes Premier League, La Liga, UEFA, and Bundesliga.

Although, a launch of FIFA 23 is expected before the licensing deal ends.

“we’re incredibly excited to build the future of global football with all of you, and will be happy to share more info on EA SPORTS FC in Summer 2023. The future of the sport is very big and bright, and football fandom is reaching across every corner of the world. Global football has been part of EA SPORTS for nearly thirty years and today. we’re ensuring that it will be for decades to come.” said Cam Weber