Elecronic Arts pays 550 million euros for the Premier League

The ‘FIFA’ producer will continue to have exclusive access to the rights to the English football league for the next six years

The producer responsible for the ‘FIFA’ football games, Electronic Arts, has signed an agreement with the Premier League worth 488 million pounds – the equivalent of 550 million euros.

The news was reported by the website Sky News , which indicates that the agreement between EA and the Premier League is valid for six years, which will give the video game producer exclusive access to the licenses of the main football clubs in England.

It is worth remembering that EA and FIFA ended their partnership and, as a result, the video game producer will start a new ‘branding’ with the name ‘EA Sports FC’.

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