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EA Wins NCAA Lawsuit

Former NCAA player has lost his lawsuit against EA. The lawsuit claimed that EA used his likeness without his permission. Ryan Hart was a former Rutgers player who accused EA of using his likeness in an NCAA Football game and sued in 2009. But on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Freda Wolfson ruled that EA had the right under the first amendment and dismissed the case.


This case is one of many against the publisher in relation to likeness issues in NCAA titles. This is coming from players who wishes to be compensated for their inclusion in the games. NCAA Football came out in July for PS3 and Xbox 360. Check out our Review for NCAA Football 12.


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