The computer coder who created the original John Madden Football game for the Apple II has lost his bid to claim Electronic Arts Inc. improperly
Male college athletes will share in a $60 million settlement with the NCAA and gamemaker Electronic Arts for use of athletes’ names and images in
Video gamemaker Electronic Arts Inc lost its effort to seek First Amendment protection to block former NFL football players from claiming damages for use of
Video game pioneer William “Trip” Hawkins won reversal of a $20 million tax debt ruling by a federal appeals court this week. The 9th U.S.
A $60 million settlement fund will be shared among 100,000 college football and men’s basketball players whose images were used as avatars in Electronic Arts
A landmark royalties battle between the NCAA and men’s college basketball and football players of the past and present must go to trial over the