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Report: FIFA will soon be called EA Sports Football Club

Report: FIFA will soon be called EA Sports Football Club

It may have been decided: It has been said that EA is already giving away the FIFA name for its soccer matches.

It is said that changing the name of the FIFA Electronic Arts Series was a done deal.

At least that’s what journalist Jeff Grob claimed on his show Groupsnacks. According to his sources, EA is seeking a new name in the future.

New home in the football club

“EA Sports Football Club, EA Sports FC, that’s the name of the game,” he says. The decision comes on the heels of disputes between EA and FIFA over the costly licensing. The FA has also shown itself to be open to new partnerships.

“I’ve seen her trademarks,” Grob points out. “I thought it might just be a feature, like the online mode, [aber] I asked around [und] That’s it, that’s the name.”

It refers to the corresponding trademarks that were registered after EA publicly announced that it was considering a name change.

According to Grubb, an official announcement is expected soon.

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It appears that the current licensing agreement expires after this year’s World Cup. sources VGC According to this year’s game, it may still be called FIFA 23.

Separating from FIFA would mean more freedom for EA to develop the series. Regardless, the company has already extended significant licenses in the past year.

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According to initial reports, the upcoming FIFA 23 will support cross-play for the first time, include two world championships (men and women) and will introduce more women’s leagues.