By now you’ve likely heard about the $40 million settlement between EA Sports/Collegiate Licensing Company and the current and former student athletes involved in three class action lawsuits. Estimates have those current and former student athletes receiving $48-951 per year they appeared on a video game roster.
Have you ever wondered how much money the schools made off the games? I’ve got your answer in my latest piece for The Motley Fool:
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To learn more about the settlement and about the revenue schools received from these video games, click here to go to my piece on The Motley Fool.
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