EA officially cancels NCAA video game

The future has been canceled for EA's NCAA football series. (AP Photo/EA Sports)

The long bout with litigious issues EA Sports has had with the NCAA has finally come to an end, in the form of EA canceling all future NCAA games. A message from GM of American Football at EA, Cam Weber, gave the official news today.

"Today I am sad to announce that we will not be publishing a new college football game next year, and we are evaluating our plan for the future of the franchise."

"We have been stuck in the middle of a dispute between the NCAA and student-athletes who seek compensation for playing college football. Just like companies that broadcast college games and those that provide equipment and apparel, we follow rules that are set by the NCAA – but those rules are being challenged by some student-athletes. For our part, we are working to settle the lawsuits with the student-athletes. Meanwhile, the NCAA and a number of conferences have withdrawn their support of our game."