By Michael Rothstein, ESPN: When the first version of a college football video game in years comes out next summer, the virtual likenesses of actual players will be in the game.
An EA Sports representative confirmed to ESPN on Wednesday that it has contracted with OneTeam Partners to “facilitate collegiate athletes’ names and likenesses” into the game, solving one of the major questions about college football’s return to the video game space.
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Eligible FBS players can opt in to have their likenesses in EA Sports College Football, which is set for release in 2024.
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