NCAA sues Electronic Arts
National Collegiate Athletic Association sues Electronic Arts and Collegiate Licensing Company over proposed $40 million settlement.
EA and CLC to pay $40 million in student-athlete settlement - Report
New York Times report reveals sum of high-profile settlement announced this week.
EA cancels 2014 college football game, settles lawsuits with former players
[UPDATE] Publisher says it will not publish previously announced next-gen football game next year and is evaluating plans for the future of the franchise; lawsuits with former players settled.
NPD: NCAA Football 14 tops slumping July US sales
EA Sports' college football game the month's best-seller in US, followed by Minecraft and The Last of Us; overall industry sales slide 19 percent to $443 million.
SEC ends relationship with EA Sports
[UPDATE] Southeastern Conference joins NCAA in ending business relationship with publisher for college football games; Pac-12 and Big Ten also out.
ESPN survey: College football players want to be compensated for video games
Survey of 92 college football players finds 65 percent feel they should be compensated if their likeness is used in a video game.
Court rejects EA's First Amendment appeal in likeness lawsuit
U.S. court of appeals strikes down claim that practice of using an athlete's likeness was protected under the First Amendment.
EA signs new college football deal
Publisher and Collegiate Licensing Company agree to new three-year deal for college football games.
NCAA won't renew EA Sports contract
[UPDATE] Athletics organization decides not to renew licensing contract, EA confirms it will continue to make college football games; first title now in development for next-gen.
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