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Notre Dame will not participate in college football video game revival until NIL rules are finalized

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Notre Dame will not participate in college football video game revival until NIL rules are finalized… Who cares about Notre Dame???

In a proclamation delivered on Monday, athletic chief Jack Swarbrick said the college would not join the forthcoming game until Name/Image/Likeness (NIL) rights for competitors have been created.

The new game, which has been given no authority delivery date, wo exclude names, pictures or similarities of players the way things are at the present time.

“Notre Dame Athletics invites the arrival of EA Sports College Football, a computer game arrangement that has verifiably advanced interest in school football. Notre Dame won’t, notwithstanding, take an interest in the game until such time as rules have been finished administering the investment of our understudy competitors,” Swarbrick said. “As those principles are created, it is our powerful urge that understudy competitors be permitted to profit straightforwardly from permitting their name, picture and execution history to be utilized in the game.”

 

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