The EA Sports development team announced that due to complaints NCAA (NCAA), they have removed the “FIFA 16” this simulation game 13 Women’s National Team athletes. NCAA explained that, as part of the game, these players will therefore take some risks. Because it was identified as a commercial activity, but they should not be involved. In this regard, EA’s official statement said the move was to protect these athletes, and that the NCAA had abused its position.
EA said in a statement:
All rights are followed standard protocols and national regulatory bodies and associations, no NCAA student-athletes (potential student-athletes) because it is included in the game to give individual compensation.
We believe that the opportunity to veto this decision that 13 players in the game for the national team, but we have them removed from the “FIFA 16” in order to ensure that there will be no risk.
It is reported that not “FIFA 16” which included several athletes are:
Kadeisha Buchanan- Canada, Jessie Fleming – Canada, Ashley Lawrence – Canada, Janine Beckie – Canada, Rebecca Quinn – Canada, Sura Yekka – Canada, Celia Jimenez – Spain, Tanya Samarzich – Mexico, Greta Espinoza – Mexico, Christina Murillo – Mexico, Amanda Perez – Mexico, Emily Alvarado – Mexico, and Maria Sanchez – Mexico.
It is worth mentioning that, “FIFA 16” is the series first introduced women’s team, players can choose from a number of compelling national teams.
To make the game as close as possible female player characters real, EA Sports has specially created the models and animations. The company said, might make specific adjustments in “FIFA 16” when introduced.
Simulation game in all aspects is under the footwork, in addition to the improved career mode and team mode for unlimited (Ultimate Team mode) the new draft Experience (Draft Experience).