EA to stop filling charity shops with old copies of Fifa


Electronic Arts have ditched the Fifa license after 30 years, and will continue under the brand EA Sports FC.

The decision comes after Fifa reportedly increased its licensing fee to $1 Billion.

The Fifa series began on the Sega Mega Drive back in 1993 and has since appeared on pretty much every major (and minor) platform since.

325m copies of the game have been sold over the years, and 320m copies can now be found in your local charity shop for 50p.

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