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In games via a platform called tv ads and small rewards to be given to players thanks to these ads were on the agenda. Simulmedia’s its platform caused quite a big reaction from the players on social media.

It is said that there are agreements between them and Simulmedia. Electronic Arts, from past to present to paid content, in addition, became the target of intense reactions when it found itself in the media with this issue. Fortunately, Electronic Arts has released this news. denied. Here are the details:

What Happened?

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In the news we shared with you in the past days, Simulmedia’s playerWON platform in free-to-play games We said that television commercials will be shown. The advertisements in this news are completely left to the user to watch or not, but when watched, the player is informed. small rewards were the ads that would give.

While the concerns were slowly emerging, we also learned that Simulmedia has agreements with large companies, and among these companies Electronic Arts

It was located at . But now Electronic Arts has a no agreement found and in-game advertisements are too much for now. that you don’t look hot explained.

“We do not have any agreement on this”

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In its statements, Electronic Arts is currently among its plans to show television commercials on console games. isn’t stated. In addition, the company does not accept any action made on this subject. no agreement found states.

Finally, the company says that delivering the best possible gaming experience is still its primary focus. While one party says there is an agreement, the other party does not rejection we can say that it is quite strange. We’ll keep you posted as new details emerge.

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