The company also has six mobile football “experiences.”
Electronic Arts has expanded its FIFA License agreement with UEFA.
The American publishing giant has apparently signed a multi-year agreement with the European Football Organization, granting exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League and other games such as the European Cup and Super Cup.
After Konami lost the exclusive rights to the Champions League in 2018, EA obtained a UEFA license.
EA also revealed that FIFA will debut with FIFA 21 on Google’s Stadia streaming service on March 17. Meanwhile, its free game PC title FIFA Online 4 (popular in Asia) will be released in new regions including Russia, Poland and Turkey.
The publisher also wrote that these are six football “experiences” in mobile device works.
EA Sports vice president DJ Jackson said: “Our vision is to create the most realistic, social and connected football experience by bringing our games to more devices, more countries and more fans.”
“EA Sports continues to rapidly change the way fans consume, from a passive and scheduled experience to an interactive experience that can be accessed at any time. This is a world-class game, and EA Sports is doing everything it can to further connect players, athletes, Clubs and leagues, and increase the love of football on a global scale.”
There is news that Google is about to close the first-party studio of Stadia Games and Entertainment, and news that FIFA is coming to Stadia.