EA Sports becomes a partner and sponsor of the Italian Super Cup, integrating the licenses in the different game modes.
EA’s successful soccer simulation saga is back with FIFA 22, and it hasn’t stopped giving us details about the game since its first trailer was unveiled and the release date confirmed. EA has shared a lot of news about Ultimate Team, with changes to Division Rivals and more customization, but today it brings us by surprise his agreement with Italian football.
The agreement with Lega Serie A brings us 14 teams with exclusive licenseLega Serie A will collaborate with EA Sports to bring us the Italian soccer experience as an official partner and licensee. Lega Serie A is the highest level competition in Italian football and in its agreement with FIFA 22 we will have 14 teams with exclusive license, with exclusive rights for the integration of Series A in the FUT Team of the Week, FUT Serie A Team of the Season and a new award for EA Sports Player of the Month.
It is a unique opportunity to provide greater visibility for Italian clubsLuigi De Siervo, Lega Serie A CEOThe agreement with EA Sports extends beyond the game, which will be named official sponsor and partner of the Italian Super Cup, which will change its name to EA Sports Super Cup as of the 2022-2023 season. This agreement seeks to offer the best Lega Serie A gaming experience with the eSports eSerie A TIM competition, coming exclusively to EA SPORTS FIFA.
Luigi De Siervo, CEO of Lega Serie A, has shared his enthusiasm for the union between Lega Serie A and EA Sports. Servant see this as a unique opportunity to bring greater visibility to Italian clubs and the players over the next few years. FIFA 22 will also have a license for 100 stadiums, including several in the Spanish league. FIFA 22 will arrive this October 1 to PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S, Nintendo Switch and Stadia.
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