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SEC, Big Ten, Pac-12 won't participate in EA Sports college football game


Schools and conferences can opt out of the new video game series, which is tentatively being called simply College Football, through EA's licensing agreement with the Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC). The CLC holds the collective licensing rights of just under 200 schools, but it sounds like some are going to take a hard look at whether they want to continue exposing themselves to potential liability by continuing to be involved with the video game series. (SB Nation)


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