FIFA 21: Did an EA employee illegally sell rare items?

FIFA 21: Did an EA employee illegally sell rare items?


It is no secret that particularly keen players spend large sums of money in real money on the FUT mode of FIFA 21 or the earlier FIFA episodes. However, when there is illegal business in this area, the whole matter becomes as interesting as it is delicate. This is exactly what currently seems to be happening or has happened behind the scenes at EA Sports.

As can be seen from a current report by Kotaku magazine, there are increasing indications that at least one EA Sports employee is illegal has sold several rare items from the "Ultimate Team" mode of FIFA 21 (buy now € 24.99 / € 56.99) to multiple players. It is said to be primarily in-game kickers from the "Prime Icon Moment" category, who have allegedly changed hands for sums of up to 1,000 euros and more. At first there were only a few references to this incident, but now these have been condensed under the hashtag #EAGATE via Twitter.

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The final proof EA Sports has responded that the reports don't seem to have been made entirely out of thin air. The team recently also spoke up on Twitter and announced a careful investigation of the case at the same time.

"We have heard of the allegations related to items from FIFA Ultimate Team that are currently circulating within our community. A thorough investigation is well underway and should we discover any such misconduct we will act as soon as possible We want to make it clear that such behavior is unacceptable and that we will in no way condone what is alleged to have happened. We understand that this is a concern about unfair gaming and competitive conditions. We will keep the community informed when we become more clear on the matter. "

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Source: Kotaku

EA says it's investigating claims employee sold rare items in 'FIFA 21'

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