It seems it is really going to happen: a great rebranding. A journalist, Jeff Grubb, affirmed the agreement to modify the lengthy soccer franchise renaming. He announced this news during his own premium show.
"EA Sports Football Club, EA Sports FC" was taken by him mistakenly as a definite game feature, but it appeared to be a renewed game name. We have no right to consider Grubb's words to be gossip as all his previous statements turned out true.
The confirmation can be the previous year's application filed by EA in the United Kingdom and in the European Union concerning renaming for ' EA Sports FC.' EA officials presented this as an exploration of the rebranding concept of soccer games EA.
In accordance with VGC, there is a likelihood to meet the 'FIFA 23' as EA soccer name because the license finishes in November. In addition, this same source asserts Electronic Art's intentions to include it in the FIFA World Cup men's and women's tournaments this year.
The previous year after FIFA 2022 release, EA regarded agreements concerning its naming rights. In accordance with the New York Times, the licensing agreements between FIFA and EA have grown considerably up to 150$ million yearly, and are considered to be the most precious commercial agreement.
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