Notre Dame Pulls Out of NCAA Video Game, Wants Athletes to Get Paid

Notre Dame Pulls Out of NCAA Video Game, Wants Athletes to Get Paid


Notre Dame has told video game giant EA Sports that it will not be allowed to include the university in its NCAA college football video game until the rules are put in place allowing their athletes to be compensated.

EA Sports had announced this month that it is about to release a new version of its NCAA college football video game, which was last updated way back in 2013. However, the game maker noted that individual players and current player rosters would not be part of the game this year. EA plans to include only the 100 chosen schools and their team names, logos, and colors.

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However, the generic nature of the game was not good enough for Notre Dame. The school told EA that it could not include the Indiana-based university in the

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