EA's NCAA settlement cost another $8 million

By Steve Watts, May 07, 2014 10:00am PDT

EA financial results have revealed that in addition to the $40 million in expenses reported in October, the NCAA settlement has now cost an another $8 million.


NCAA sues EA over student athlete settlement

By Steve Watts, Nov 21, 2013 7:10am PST

The NCAA has filed suit against Electronic Arts, alleging that the publisher's settlement with student athletes would negate a legal obligation to compensate them for legal fees and other liabilities.


"no kidding. the NCAA needs compensation for its losses? WHAT? "

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EA's NCAA settlement cost company $40 million

By Steve Watts, Oct 30, 2013 7:00am PDT

EA revealed yesterday in a financial call that its settlement with the NCAA cost it $40 million.


EA settles in NCAA player lawsuit

By Andrew Yoon, Sep 27, 2013 8:30am PDT

EA has settled a lawsuit regarding the use of player likenesses in its NCAA Football games.


EA Sports abandons college football game for 2014

By Andrew Yoon, Sep 26, 2013 1:45pm PDT

EA will not be publishing a new college football game next year, as legal troubles have the company reconsidering "the future of the franchise."


"This is great news. As we all know there hasn't been much diversity in football video games ..."

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EA Sports to release college football games without NCAA license

By Andrew Yoon, Jul 17, 2013 3:10pm PDT

EA Sports will continue to make college football games. However, it will do so without the NCAA license.


NCAA won't renew EA Sports license

By Andrew Yoon, Jul 17, 2013 11:40am PDT

The NCAA has decided not to renew its contract with EA Sports.


"will schools not be reticent for the same legal reasons as the NCAA?"

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NCAA conspiracy suit against EA going to court

By Steve Watts, May 14, 2012 2:15pm PDT

A district court judge has refused to dismiss a class action suit that alleges EA conspired with the NCAA to use player likenesses without compensation.


NCAA likeness suit could cost EA $1B

By Steve Watts, Aug 04, 2011 9:15am PDT

The NCAA class action suit could cost EA up to a billion dollars, if the company is forced to pay all involved players, and if the judge rules that the violation was intentional.


"I do like the personality that the big publishing firms are giving off nowadays."

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