Gabriel Eguinoa explains why Brazilian clubs only have generic players on their squads in the past six editions of FIFA, frustrating thousands of Brazilian gamers.
“Tattoos in sports video games face legal challenge” “Tattoo Artist Continues Legal Battle over Art Features in UFC Branded Video Game ““NBA 2K’ Videogame Maker Sued for Copyright Infringement Over Lebron James’ Tattoos”“Lawsuit filed over copyrighted tattoos on players in NBA 2K16” Why have these headlines recently appeared in the media? How can tattoo artists sue videogame makers … Continue reading Athletes v Artists: Who Owns the Ink?
As the dust settles in Sarajevo after the inaugural FCE Congress on football law in the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) region, we reflect on this ground breaking event organised by Sabrina Buljubasic and Dev Kumar Parmar. The conference was hosted just outside of the city at the beautiful Tarcin Resort. With the combination of … Continue reading The FCE Congress
When we think about football, we've come a long way from English villages kicking a pigs bladder between them. Football has become a commercial product, extending far beyond the pitch. For example: Cristiano Ronaldo is the most followed Instagram user with 190 million followers. Not a politician, not a singer, not an actor, but a … Continue reading Image Rights of Footballers