The European Super League, which the 12 major European teams have built by resting with FIFA and UEFA, will hit EA Sports’ FIFA 22 game hard. For Pro Evolution Soccer, the European Super League could turn into a big deal.
The football world has been rocked by the news since yesterday that 12 major European football clubs have agreed to form a new organization called the European Super League. The European Super League, announced by 6 English, 3 Italian, and 3 Spanish clubs on their official website, attracted a reaction from European federations. Moreover, major organizations such as UEFA and FIFA have announced that the clubs participating in this event will be excluded from the famous European events, namely the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League. Club players are also not allowed in national team-level tournaments such as the World and European Cups.
Inevitably, this fight will also affect EA Sports’ FIFA 22. Electronic Arts will have to remove the clubs from the championships to which they belong and from UCL and UEL.
A new claim says Europa League teams do not want to be in FIFA 22 anyway. Instead, these clubs may be planning to develop their football games.
EA Sports, as it is known, consists of games with FIFA licenses for the FIFA series. If the clubs in question continue to insist on the Europa League, EA Sports will have no choice but to remove them from FIFA 22 anyway. Because FIFA, as we said above, is absolutely against the Europa League. In this case, it seems difficult for EA Sports to sign a separate agreement with the Europa League. Otherwise, FIFA will lose its license.
At this point, eyes turn to Konami’s Pro Evolution Soccer series. As is known, the biggest problem with PES games is that they do not have a FIFA license and cannot use real teams and players with a few exceptions. In such a case, Konami’s agreement with the Europa League will not come as a surprise.
What is the European Super League?
The European Super League is a new organization that some English, Italian and Spanish clubs have signed. It aims to be an alternative to the UEFA Champions League. The tournament, which will be played with league status, has faced a huge backlash. That’s because the big clubs seem to want to take other clubs out of the way to make more money.
The founders are currently made up of 12 teams. Four other clubs are expected to join the list of founders.
Which are the European Super League Teams?
- Manchester City (England)
- Manchester United (England)
- Liverpool (England)
- Arsenal (England)
- Chelsea (England)
- Tottenham (England)
- Barcelona (Spain)
- Real Madrid (Spain)
- Atletico Madrid (Spain)
- Juventus (Italy)
- Inter (Italy)
- Milan (Italy)