There are no more FIFA or NHL games in Russia, and that is not the end

There are no more FIFA or NHL games in Russia, and that is not the end

As the Russian military occupation of Ukraine continues, more and more companies are responding to the situation. A few days ago, the Russians were left without Apple products, and Samsung imposed sanctions, and now joins another company that is well known to many Lithuanians.

Electronic Arts, a US computer game developer and distributor, also announced sanctions on Friday. Sales of the company’s games and content are reported to be suspended in Russia and Belarus. Of course, the main reason for this is the military occupation of Ukraine.

Recall that EA representatives announced on Wednesday that they would remove Russian teams from the FIFA and NHL games. Therefore, this statement by the company’s representatives is an extension of the sanctions already in place.

“We have decided to suspend sales of our games and content in Russia and Belarus as long as the conflict continues,” the EA said in a statement. “This means that our games and content will no longer be available in our stores in Russia and on our Origin or EA platforms. We are working with our platform partners to remove our products from their stores, which will completely stop the sale of new games in the region.”

Emphasizes that the company continues to actively monitor the situation and announces its intention to share news about further decisions and actions. It should be noted that the developers of Cyberpunk 2077 and CD Project Red, which have already stopped selling in Russia and Ukraine, also applied sanctions to Russia.

It should be noted that a few days ago, the Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Michael Fedorov also called on the gaming community to impose immediate restrictions on Russia.

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