Lagos, Nigeria
info@ezefidelity.com

EA employee allegedly selling FIFA Ultimate Team cards for cash


Early Wednesday morning, the hashtag “#EAGate” began trending on Twitter, with various users claiming that an alleged EA employee was selling cards for FIFA 21‘s popular Ultimate Team mode for real cash.

Things began when a Twitter user shared screenshots of what they purport to be between a customer and an alleged EA employee, as the two discuss pricing for recently released, high level cards. In the conversation, they discuss the pricing of the cards (which seem to go up to $2500), and the customer even asks how exactly the cards will be delivered, with the seller confirming that they would appear in their account via EA.

For those unaware, FIFA’s Ultimate Team Mode has long been one of its most popular, with players able to collect cards of their favorite players and build a team with them. However, the mode is notoriously criticized for its extreme reliance on microtransactions, and third-party sellers have always been a part of the FUT community, even though EA Sports has attempted to crack down on them in recent times.

VPN Deals: Lifetime license for $16, monthly plans at $1 & more

However, while fans of the game have always jokingly said that EA employees were giving away cards, finding out that one may be selling them is an entirely different story. Currently, EA Sports has yet to comment on the claims, but various popular FIFA 21 streamers have already come out to share their frustration with the news.

Among the biggest complaints is the fact that it seems like a slap in the face for players to spend real-life money on packs in the hopes of pulling rare cards, just for someone to be selling the specific cards for even higher prices.

It’s unclear at the moment what, if anything, will come of this story. Should it prove to be true, it’ll be interesting to see what EA does in response, and how they crack down to make sure it doesn’t happen again.





This post was written by Anthony J Nash and was first posted to WindowsCentral



Do you find this article helpful? Your Friend might too. So, please Share it with them using the Share button above.
Will you like to get notified when I post new updates? Then Follow me on any of my social media handles: Google News, Telegram, WhatsApp, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest.
You can also drop your email address below if you wish to be notified by mail.


Tags: ,

%d bloggers like this: