- Electronic Arts CEO Andrew Wilson said the company “would jump for the opportunity” to start making video games about college sports again, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.
- EA stopped making college sports games in 2013 after settling a lawsuit with former college athletes who wanted payment for their appearances in past NCAA sports games.
- During the Wall Street Journal Tech Live conference, Wilson expressed interest in a California state law that would allow college athletes at California schools to be paid for the use of their digital likeness.
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