By M. Konwar
This week, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a Swedish footballer, and striker of the Italian club Milan, questioned the legitimacy of using his name and appearance in the games of the FIFA series.
In an interview with The Telegraph, Mino Raiola, Ibrahimovic's agent, said that approximately 300 players are already considering legal action over the use of their appearance in FIFA.
According to EA, the rights were obtained through deals with leagues, clubs, and the players themselves, as well as through cooperation with the organization FifPro. Raiola believes that the publisher bought the rights from people who do not own these rights.
According to the agent, FIFA and Fifpro earn money from these rights, although they belong to the players themselves.
Initially, Ibrahimovic noted that he was not a member of FIFPro. And if it does, then it did not fall into it of its own free will. He was later joined by Welsh footballer Gareth Bale, now playing for the English club Tottenham Hotspur, which had never even heard of FIFPro.
According to EA, the current situation is an attempt to drag FIFA 21 into a dispute between a number of third parties and has little to do with EA Sports.
In these cases, player appearance rights are granted through our club agreement with AC Milan and our long-standing exclusive partnership with the Premier League, which includes all Tottenham Hotspur players.
By M. Konwar
Research firm BonusFinder tried to find the most stressful game, from which people begin to "get tired" even physically.
To do this, the organizers of the experiment found 14 active gamers, and then put them at 16 of the most popular and complex projects, while monitoring their heart rate.
What will be your surprise when the most intense game at the end of the 30-minute session was Mario Kart 8 — on average, the pulse of players increased by 32.81%. Next are FIFA 20 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare with results of 31.25 and 29.69%.
Already in the 4th position is Dark Souls 3 with a rate of 28.13%. Fortnite closes the top five (26.56%).
However, this is not the whole story: the researchers also recorded a peak increase in heart rate, and based on this data compiled another list. This time, Dark Souls 3 took the lead, and specifically, we are talking about the battle with Midir the Darkeater. The heart rate jumped as much as 98.44%.
Following Fall Guys is very surprising — it is slightly behind with an indicator of 95.11%. Next up are Mario Kart 8 (73.44%), Street Fighter V (71.88%) and FIFA 20 (67.19%).
Games used in the experiment
Mario Kart 8 FIFA 20 Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Dark Souls III Fortnite DOOM Fall Guys Battlefield V Street Fighter V Among Us Grand Theft Auto V UNO The Sims 4 Animal Crossing: New Horizons Minecraft The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.