Why EA and FIFA are breaking up

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FIFA and EA are in a fight. After a 30 year partnership it looks like the two companies might part ways over a disagreement surrounding licensing fees and exclusive rights. Hang around because we’re breaking down the back with all the steamy details in today’s episode of the Weekend Roundup.

In other news; Elden Ring got delayed, fans are mad at Nintendo over the pricing for the Nintendo Online Service Expansion Pack, Activision Blizzard says it fired 20 people over work culture issues, and Ubisoft has finally greenlit a new Splinter Cell game

This week’s 5-Second Review tests Brian’s resolve and the Coming Soon section features a Halloween platformer, Guardians of the Galaxy, Age of Empires IV, Riders Republic, and Mario Party Super Stars.

00:00 – Why FIFA & EA are having a messy breakup

05:11 – Elden Ring delayed, footage leaked

06:13 – Activision Blizzard has fired 20 after harassment scandal

07:26 – People are accusing Nintendo of a cash grab

09:09 – New Splinter Cell game is happening

09:44 – 5-Second Review

10:11 – Coming Soon

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[EuroGamer] EA Renews contract with FIFPRO


[EuroGamer] FIFA says gaming must involve more than one party


[Twitter] Elden Ring delayed


[Reddit] Elden Ring Leak


[Activision Blizzard] New letter from Blizzard about workplace issues


[YouTube] Nintendo Online Expansion Overview


[Nintendo Life] User poll for Nintendo Online pricing.


[VGC] Ubisoft has greenlit a new Splinter Cell game


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