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Electronic Arts Will Pay Millions for La Liga License

Electronic Arts Will Pay Millions for La Liga License
Electronic Arts Will Pay Millions for La Liga License
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Electronic Arts has licensed La Liga . Electronic Arts, one of the most important companies in the video game industry, will pay a very high amount of money every year for the agreement in question. Curious details about the agreement are in our news.

La liga, which has a very important place in the football world, is a top league league with millions of fans around the world, such as Barcelona and Real Madrid. There has been a very important development regarding La Liga, the Spanish football league. The development will make players who love football games very happy.

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Electronic Arts Signs La Liga License Agreement

United States-based video game company Electronic Arts (EA) continues to take very important steps for EA Sports FC before leaving FIFA. EA, which came to the fore with the Juventus FC deal recently, managed to excite the players once again.

According to the news in Eurogamer, EA has signed a very important deal for the video game called EA Sports FC. The company acquired the license of La Liga, Spain’s top league. EA will pay a fee of 30 million 505 thousand 500 dollars every year under the signed agreement . The details of the deal have also been revealed.

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Electronic Arts Will Pay Millions for La Liga License

According to the agreement, Electronic Arts will be given La Liga’s name and brand rights, including logo, graphics, fonts and other visual elements. It was stated that the agreement includes La Liga, La Liga 2, La Liga Promises and eLa Liga (e-sports). The deal between EA Sports and La Liga will start with the 2023/24 season.

La Liga President Javier Tebas made a very important statement about the agreement. Tebas, in his statement, stated that they have been strategic partners with EA Sports for years, and that the new agreement is a commitment to provide a fusion between the virtual and real worlds of football.

David Jackson from EA Sports also made a statement on the subject. Jackson said that the agreement in question is exciting and that additional experiences can be offered to players in this context.

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