Thursday marked the first day that college athletes would be allowed to profit off their name, image, and likeness without breaching NCAA rules. The shift will have major ramifications, some of which
Ever since the reveal that EA Sports plans to bring back its popular “NCAA Football” video game series, fans have waited for any news on when the next game might be released. We might hav
Justin Jefferson watched his signature touchdown celebration rapidly gain popularity during his breakout rookie season in 2020, and the dance will now be featured in a prominent video game.
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After years of hiatus due to licensing a
Keenan Allen was openly furious with his ratings in last year’s installment of the “Madden” video game series, and apparently the Los Angeles Chargers star has stuck to his promise
Even the man gracing the cover of “NBA 2K21” cannot seem to get the hang of the game’s new shot meter.
Portland Trail Blazers star Damian Lillard tweeted his initial thoughts on the
Alex Ovechkin received the honor of being the cover athlete for EA Sports’ “NHL 21” video game, and he had a great comment about it.
The 34-year-old Washington Capitals star was al
Some Houston Astros star players are struggling this season, and that has been reflected in reduced player ratings in a popular video game.
“MLB The Show 20” assigns players overall ratin
The NCAA is finally taking significant steps toward allowing athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness, and many fans have taken that to mean the return of a college football video game