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Ex-NCAA athletes score court victory over EA video games

(Reuters) - A divided U.S. federal appeals court rejected Electronic Arts Inc's <EA.O> effort to throw out a lawsuit by former collegiate athletes who accused the company of using their images in video games without permission. Full story

PBT: It’s official: Kyrie Irving is on the cover of NBA Live 14

Kyrie Irving, here is the sign that you have really arrived. We told you this was coming, but now it is official: Irving will be the guy on the cover of NBA Live 14, EA Sports announced Thursday. EA announced a couple of years back they were returning with the Live series, hoping to challenge… Full story

Electronic Arts profit climbs, shares soar

Video game publisher Electronic Arts Inc. posted a 10 percent increase in its fiscal first-quarter net income on Tuesday, helped by lower expenses and growing mobile and digital revenue in what's usually a slow season for the industry. Full story

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U.S. Navy servicemen walk towards a EA-6B Prowler jet plane during a tour of the USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) at Changi Naval Base in Singapore
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