EA Wants Even More Money From Sports Gamers

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Electronic ArtsElectronic Arts has launched its "Season Ticket" for EA Sports. This is part of EA's ongoing efforts to find even more sources of revenue. EA Sports fans will pay $25 per year to receive a few perks for participating EA Sports games. Players will be able to download full participating games three days prior to the title's scheduled release. Of course, that game will stop working without a disc when the physical version reaches stores. Those who pay for the EA Sports Season Ticket will also get a 20% discount on downloadable content and access to title-specific premium web content. The first five participating franchises are Madden NFL Football, NHL Hockey, FIFA Soccer, Tiger Woods PGA Tour and NCAA Football. Sound exciting? We didn't think so.

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