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EA Sports has announced that its collegiate title, EA Sports College Football, will pay players for lend their likenesses to the game if they opt-in to do so.
According to a report from ESPN, the publisher is collaborating with OneTeam Partners, a firm that also works with the NFL and MLS Players Associations, to “facilitate collegiate athletes’ names and likenesses” into the game, which is set to debut next summer. The offer is extended to all eligible players within the Division 1 Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS).
Players who agree to have their name, image, and likeness (NIL) featured in EA Sports College Football will receive compensation for it.
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