FIFA online game maker mulls rename

— Facebook/File
— Facebook/File

SAN FRANSICO: US online game developer Electronic Arts is contemplating renaming FIFA, its immensely in style soccer online game collection, the corporate stated Thursday.

EA sports activities, a division of Electronic Arts, has been publishing an annual model of FIFA since 1993.

The division stated in an announcement that it was “exploring the idea of renaming our global EA SPORTS football games.”

“We’re reviewing our naming rights agreement with FIFA, which is separate from all our other official partnerships and licenses across the football world,” the corporate stated.

EA Sports has grow to be a pacesetter in soccer video video games because of its licenses to make use of the true names of gamers, groups and stadiums.

The firm launched its newest model, FIFA 22, this month, and it has already seen 9.1 million gamers be a part of the sport.

EA Sports’ fundamental competitor, the Japanese sport maker Konami has additionally renamed its soccer sport franchise, rebranding it from Pro Evolution Soccer to eFootball.

The re-creation, launched in September and supplied without cost, has, nonetheless, disenchanted some followers who’ve stated that it has bugs and poor graphics.


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