US courts have ruled that EA is not allowed to use the First Amendment as justification to use student-athlete’s likenesses in NCAA games without their permission. The case was originally filed on May 5, 2009 by Sam Kellerwho played for both Arizona State University and the University of Nebraska. The case will go back to the trial court where the case will proceed against EA and all other defendants.

No wonder why the NCAA stopped their deal with EA.

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