FIFA President Says Series Will Continue Without EA

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According to information published by Martyn Ziegler, a sports journalist for The Times, FIFA President Gianni Infantino wants to continue releasing annual FIFA games, even without the partnership with EA.

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According to Infantino, FIFA games will continue to be released, and soon the football organization will announce more news about upcoming games. “The new FIFA game – FIFA 25, 26, 27 and so on – will always be the best electronic game for any girl or boy, we will have news about it very soon”, commented the president.

FIFA will compete for the position with EA

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The journalist Martyn Ziegler commented via Twitter that the FIFA president intends to compete on equal terms with EA Sports, launching a rival soccer game. After the end of the contract with EA, FIFA and Electronic Arts did not reach a new agreement, since EA did not agree with the amount requested by FIFA.

While EA Sports decided to further develop the games, without the FIFA name. FIFA will seek other partners to enter the football video game market. So far we don’t know what the future of FIFA games will be like, but according to Infantino’s comment, we will have news on the subject soon.

As the scenes of this complicated story unfold, EA expects FIFA 23 to become the biggest hit in the franchise’s history. According to EA’s fiscal third quarter financial results (for the months of October, November and December) published by Business Wire, the company reported revenue of approximately $1.65 billion, up 3% year-over-year.

It will be interesting to see how EA Sports perform without FIFA and FIFA without EA Sports. Will the two planned games have room to profit in the market? Or will the absence of the FIFA name in EA’s game be enough to significantly reduce the company’s revenue?

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