EA Sports – It’s In the Courts!

Purchasers of Certain Electronic Arts Brand Football Video Games May Be Entitled To Sue EA Sports.

What Is This Action About?

The class action lawsuit alleges violations of California’s antitrust and consumer protection laws in connection with the sale of certain football video games. Purchasers of Electronic Arts’ football video games claim that Defendant Electronic Arts entered into a series of exclusive licenses with the National Football League (NFL), National Football League Players’ Association (NFLPA), National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), and Arena Football League (AFL), which Purchasers claim foreclosed competition in an alleged football video game market. Purchasers allege that this series of exclusive licenses caused customers who purchased certain football video games to be overcharged.

Who Are Class Members?

The Class includes all persons who, during the period January 1, 2005 to the present, purchased the Madden NFL, NCAA Football, or Arena Football League brand video games published by Electronic Arts with a release date of January 1, 2005 to present.  If you believe that you may be a member, further information can be obtained by going to the following: www.easportslitigation.com

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