FIFA 23 is just around the corner, with brand new features revealed for some of the game's major modes.
As all FIFA fans know, licenses are a huge part of the game, and a major expansion has been revealed for a major Scottish powerhouse.
Check below to find out everything you need to know about FIFA 23's deal with Rangers.
Rangers Deal Announced
EA has expanded its license portfolio, agreeing to a major deal with Scottish club Rangers.
This deal will see EA become the official Official Video Game Partner.
Rangers have also confirmed that EA SPORTS will have an enhanced presence within the stadium, in order to 'create unique content pieces that can be seen across our digital and social media platforms.'
The announcement of this deal could see the iconic Ibrox stadium included in FIFA 23, alongside full face scans for the Rangers squad.
An Exciting Future
Rangers’ Commercial and Marketing Director, James Bisgrove, commented:
"This is a truly exciting partnership for the club, and I think it speaks volumes for the standing Rangers has on the international stage that such a recognisable brand like EA SPORTS FIFA were so eager to enter into a partnership with the club.
"The world of esports is growing at unprecedented levels, and this partnership will allow us to fully enter this space with a meaningful strategy and strong partner in the sector.”
EA Sports has continued to grow its license portfolio ahead of EA Sports FC, with the brand new game - slated to arrive in 2023 - set to expand upon the groundwork laid by EA sports in the FIFA series.
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