The world leader in sports video games is already fully LFP licensed, allowing it to use the official names and emblems of the French league championship. Now, EA Sports is strengthening its presence in France with AS Monaco. Their partnership has now been renewed for a second successive year, promising a range of benefits for fans in terms of both the development of the FIFA licence and digital operations.
Digital activations aimed at fans
Fans of the FIFA franchise and the club will be able to enjoy a host of online features on the social networks to:
- Win tickets for matches involving their favourite teams.
- Keep up with news on AS Monaco through content from FIFA15.
Constantly looking to develop games
AS Monaco is fully involved with the game's development, and a key player in the success of the FIFA franchise. From player feedback to photo shoots via facial modelling, AS Monaco plays an active role in making FIFA the most realistic sports simulation around.
With the aim of bringing its fans ever more satisfaction and a more personalised game experience, EA SPORTS is also taking advantage of this partnership to develop dedicated content: images and screenshots, video forecasts, etc.
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