Specifically, the partnership between the game and the Spanish league will include naming rights to all official LaLiga competition names, a complete overhaul including all logos, graphics, fonts and other visual elements, while also delivering a new integration into the game, broadcast highlights and joint commitments to support local initiatives. This new partnership encompasses the first and second divisions of LaLiga (Spain’s top professional football competitions), as well as LaLiga Promises (the league’s annual youth tournament) and eLaLiga.
Clearly, this is a first guarantee of finding one of the most prestigious championships as it is once in play, just to reassure those who imagine EA Sports losing some of its appeal with the loss of the FIFA license; however, this type of license agreement has been negotiated and renewed with the various local representatives for countless years. In the meantime, virtual football fans will still be entitled to a final EA-stamped FIFA, with the release of FIFA 23 officially scheduled for September 30, on just about every platform on the market.
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