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FIFA Mobile – Did You Find Something Valuable in These Packs?

2018-1-17


FIFA Mobile store contains packs and bundles that allow players to get skill boosts, various items, and player cards for FIFA points and coins. 


The Skill Boost Pack can be bought for FIFA Mobile coins or FIFA points. Players will pay 20,000 coins or 100 points for this pack that contains four random skill boosts. A pack containing 90 skill boosts can be bought for 2,000 FIFA points. This pack is called Jumbo Skill Boost Pack but there's another that has even more skill boosts. Those who don't mind spending 10,000 FIFA points can buy the Mega Skill Boost Pack that contains 500 skill boosts.

Different pack variants that contain FIFA Mobile player item cards are also available. The most common one is the Player Pack. It can be bought for 35,000 FIFA Mobile coins or 150 FIFA points. It includes two base players that have at least bronze quality and 70 OVR and one base gold or better player with 70+ OVR. When players open this pack, they have a chance of getting a 90+ OVR master Player, an 80+ OVR elite player, or a 60+ OVR Team of the Week player. A FIFA Mobile Pack costs 200 FIFA points and comes with three base items, coins in various amounts (between 1,000 and 25,000), and a 70+ OVR base player that is gold or better. The pack also has a chance of dropping master, elite, and silver Team of the Week players but also training XP and skill boosts. Players can get one pack at a time or opt for one of the available bundles.


There are FIFA Mobile Pack Bundles that contain 7, 15, or 30 packs. Premium Packs costs 1,000 FIFA points. Such a pack contains 10 gold or better base players that have 70+ OVR and the chance to get an extra master, elite, or gold Team of the Week player. The All-Pro Pack is cheaper than the Premium Pack. It costs 500 FIFA points and it contains three 70+ OVR base gold or better players and five base items. This pack also has a chance to drop more players as well as skill boosts and training XP.


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NFL announces TV broadcasts of Madden videogame

Become famous! Go thinking that in the near future, if you are a Madden NFL player, you could appear on television.
2018-2-13

The taste for eSport is increasing and the NFL joins this trend with the announcement that in partnership with Disney group and its sports network ESPN, they will broadcast Madden 18 NFL games.

The publisher of the game, Electronic Arts (EA), the NFL and Disney signed an agreement "for exclusive broadcasts" during several years of competition "Madden NFL 18 Championship Series" and broadcasts focused on the personality of the players, announced the interested in a joint statement.

The Disney, XD and ESPN (Sports) channels will start broadcasting from Saturday the preliminary phases of the competition and the 16 best players will face each other in a final on April 28, he explained.

The eSport competitions, in which high-level players face a computer in between, go from strength to strength, with an estimated audience of 300 million followers in the world.

Disney is getting more and more content

The Disney, XD and ESPN (Sports) channels began broadcasting from Saturday, January 27, 2018, the preliminary phases of the competition and the 16 best players will face each other in a final on April 28. The broadcast can also be viewed online, on Twitch, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Mixer, as well as on the tournament website. The 'e-Sport' competitions, in which high level NFL players and FIFA 18 Ultimate Team players face a computer in between, go from strength to strength, with an estimated audience of 300 million followers in the world.

This competition "is specially designed to make superstars to the best players, allowing the public to follow their favorite players and the rivals of these players," said Todd Sitrin, head of EA videogame competitions. "We are happy to extend our relationship with EA and the NFL, not only by spreading the global 'e-Sport' competitions to our audience in the years to come, but also by using our numerous ESPN and Disney platforms to recount the incredible story of the players in competition, "said John Lasker, head of ESPN's number programs.