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  • Press Row Hangout Clips: O’Bannon’s Court Victory, The Show Addictions and More
    Posted August 9th, 2014 at 1:30 pm 2 Comments »
    The latest Press Row Hangout was recorded on Friday night and tackled many recent news stories of significance. In one segment from the show the panel raves about the lasting enjoyment of MLB 14: The Show, the next relates to the big ruling yesterday in the Ed O'Bannon v. NCAA case, and the final one runs through a number of topics in a "Lightning Round". Those include the changes implemented by Twitch, Zynga announcing two mobile sports games, and The Golf Club's release likely falling on o...
  • O’Bannon Wins Case Against NCAA
    Posted August 8th, 2014 at 3:45 pm 21 Comments »
    The judge in O'Bannon v. NCAA has ruled that the NCAA violates anti-trust laws by preventing players from being paid for their name and likenesses. This does not appear to be a ruling however that threatens the core of the NCAA - one in which some surmised a more devastating ruling could bring down the organization entirely. It's certainly far from the worst case scenario for them. That could be a good thing for the future of college sports video games depending on how the NCAA attempts t...
  • NBA Lockout Offers Potential Opportunity for a Future College Basketball Series
    Posted November 16th, 2011 at 9:15 am 30 Comments »
    Both EA Sports and 2K Sports abandoned college basketball video games earlier this generation. What it came down to was college games, outside of football, simply don't sell well - and they open themselves up to ongoing litigation regarding the use player likenesses. The recipe was one of high risk and low reward. Both companies - along with many others - have instead decided to dedicate resources to proven properties with greater potential return rather than investing in those that have lit...
  • Court Hearing Tomorrow in Suit Against NCAA and EA Sports
    Posted February 14th, 2011 at 1:00 pm 42 Comments »
    A critical hearing takes place tomorrow in the case of Sam Keller vs. the NCAA, Collegiate Licensing Company, and EA Sports. The lawsuit, originally filed in 2009, has reached the Ninth U.S. CircuitĀ Court of Appeals after the argument to dismiss made by EA Sports regarding free speech protection as creative works of art was rejected last February. That First Amendment challenge has been watched closely and supported by Hollywood as it could affect their entertainment-based operations if chall...
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