Peyton Manning's nephew Arch outfoxes publishing giant Electronic Arts and gets massive NIL payday for NCAA video game

Peyton Manning’s nephew Arch outfoxes publishing giant Electronic Arts and gets massive NIL payday for NCAA video game


Star college quarterback Arch Manning will reportedly receive a large payment from video game publisher Electronic Arts after months of holding out from inclusion in an upcoming game.

Manning is the youngest star of the famous football family that includes his uncles, Super Bowl winners Peyton and Eli, and his grandfather, football legend Archie Manning.

For the latest NCAA football video game published by EA, thousands of student athletes accepted the average payment of $600 and a copy of the game in exchange for their name, image, and likeness.

‘I’m in the game.’

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However, with Manning’s name holding tremendous potential value, he was one of just a few star players who declined the offer when news started surfacing of the payments in February 2024.

It appears someone in the Manning

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