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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.

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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.

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"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.

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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.

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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."

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

- masonexcell see all 4 comments

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.

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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.

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"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.

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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.

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

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