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EA Still Planning On Reviving "NBA Live" Franchise; "FIFA" Sees Strong Sales Jump
Published May 8, 2013
STAYING IN THE GAME: EA today announced it has extended its licensing agreement with FIFA through '22. The company retains the right to develop its "FIFA" game franchise, including World Cup editions, and retains its status as a presenting partner of the FIFA Interactive World Cup.