Thursday, September 1, 2011

Ncaa Football

EA SPORTS and NCAA Football will offer two post-graduate, former football student-athletes an opportunity to apply their skills and knowledge of the sport to the newest edition of the EA SPORTS NCAA Football videogame through a sixteen-week full-time, paid fellowship, commencing in January 2012. The positions will be based out of the EA Tiburon studio in Orlando, Fla. EA recently shipped NCAA Football 12, which features

“Over the past several years, the NCAA Football development team has been praised for providing fans with an unparalleled college football experience that represents the sights, sounds, and traditions of gameday,” said Cam Weber, GM of Football, EA SPORTS. “We are excited to add additional football student-athletes to our team, and are confident that their experience on the field will further enhance the depth and authenticity of the videogame franchise.”

For the last 18 years, the NCAA Football videogame franchise has delivered the pride and pageantry of gameday by connecting players to the emotion of the college football experience.  From fight songs to school specific traditions, all 120 Division I FBS college programs are recreated with unparalleled authenticity. Interns selected for the fellowship will be challenged to translate their college football journey to creating compelling new game experiences for NCAA Football fans.

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