FIFA will likely be called EA Sports FC from next year • Eurogamer.nl

Electronic Arts announced last week that it is likely that the FIFA name will change from next year, and in the meantime, there are also strong doubts about this potential new name. The company recently applied for the “EA Sports FC” brand name in both Europe and the United Kingdom.

The date for submission of applications to the Intellectual Property Office of the European Union and the United Kingdom is from 1 October. In both cases it is about “computer game software”. Unless EA is still working on a completely new sports game, it’s nothing but a brand new name for FIFA.

However, there is another possibility. Analysts believe there is a chance that EA is simply trying to pressure FIFA to pay less for the brand name in the future. Many football fans nowadays associate the name FIFA with the game rather than the organization.

So there is a possibility that FIFA 22 will be the last game with this name. If you’re interested in our opinion on that game, you can read our FIFA 22 review here.

Last week, you could also read that rival eFootball currently has the lowest Steam user rating ever.

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