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EA Litigation Details Payment Plans to Plaintiffs in Football Monopoly Suit

  • Written by Jason Nawara
  • Category: News Main

Last summer, EA finally settled the $27 million dollar lawsuit that states that it's exclusive licenses of NCAA Football and Madden created a monopoly. Now, people willing to become plaintiffs in the lawsuit have recently received an email detailing exactly what they need to do in order to get back cash for what are now legally looked at as 'overpriced' games.

This sets a pretty wild precedent. If you bought a NEW EA football game post-2005, you are a plaintiff in the suit. Below are pictures from EA litigation email with all the details you need, or you can go to EASportsLitigation.com. The question is if that many gamers ($27 million worth) feel like they got that ripped off by the Madden and NCAA franchise...

Actually, now that I think about it, I definitely want some money back for Madden 06 in the 360. Garbage.

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