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Settlements In NCAA-Branded Video Game Case Could See Athletes At Least $1,000

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 07 / 06 / 15

Settlements of a series of lawsuits “relating to the use of college football and men's college basketball players' names, images and likenesses in NCAA-branded video games are likely to result in many of the affected athletes getting at least $1,000 and could result in some receiving $6,700 or...

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