EA has exclusive rights to NFL simulation video games through 2026, which doesn`t mean NFL players won`t be visible in any other games in the future. If you`re wondering if this article is a spoiler, it really isn`t. 2K recently signed a contract with the National League Players Association and OneTeam Partners. This agreement allows the use of names, numbers, images and images of more than 2,000 current professional NFL players. EA owns the rights to the simulation video game, whose production is the Madden series. The 2K deal will allow them to release several titles that will house the competition between the two. 2K has completed its agreement on non-simulator football video games with the NFL by announcing a separate partnership with the NFL Players Association. The financial terms of the transaction were tacitly agreed. This indicates that the publisher will focus on producing games such as sports arcade titles in the style of Saber Interactives NBA 2K Playgrounds 2. . .