Nov. 30, 2006
Redwood City, Calif. - Electronic Arts Inc., (NASDAQ: ERTS) announced today the scheduled release of MVPTM 07 NCAA® Baseball in February 2007. Burn one by your opponent with Rock and Fire Pitching as MVP 07 NCAA Baseball gets warmed up to start a new season
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EA continues to innovate on its acclaimed gameplay engine by introducing Rock and Fire Pitching, a revolutionary pitching mechanic that will forever change the way you deliver that blistering pitch past the batter. Rock and Fire pitching gives you ultimate control and increased feel to more realistically emulate the real life presence of stepping onto the mound, winding up and delivering the ultimate pitch.
With ESPN announcers Mike Patrick and two-time All-American Kyle Peterson back behind the microphone calling the action, this year's MVP 07 NCAA Baseball promises to deliver the most authentic NCAA baseball experience to date. Continuing to deliver on our partnership with ESPN, MVP 07 NCAA will include ESPN real-time features* such as an ESPN ticker and live ESPN Sportscenter radio updates. Cheerleaders, crowd chants, and team fight songs are additional elements that add to the atmosphere and realism of this year's title. Plus, there are now an increased number of conferences, teams and authentic stadiums, creating a true-to-life NCAA baseball experience.
MVP 07 NCAA Baseball joins NCAA® Football and NCAA® March Madness® in the EA SPORTSTM family of popular NCAA-licensed properties. Produced by EA Canada in Vancouver, British Columbia, MVP 07 NCAA Baseball is not yet rated and will be available on the PlayStation®2 computer entertainment system.
Former Big West pitcher Jered Weaver is featured on the cover having made a name for himself at Long Beach State, where he won the Roger Clemens and Golden Spikes Award (2004) and the as the top player in college baseball.
About Electronic Arts
Electronic Arts (EA), headquartered in Redwood City, California, is the world's leading interactive entertainment software company. Founded in 1982, the company develops, publishes, and distributes interactive software worldwide for videogame systems, personal computers and the Internet. Electronic Arts markets its products under four brand names: EA SPORTSTM, EATM, EA SPORTS BIGTM and POGOTM. In fiscal 2005, EA posted revenues of \$3.1 billion and had 31 titles that sold more than one million copies. EA's homepage and online game site is www.ea.com. More information about EA's products and full text of press releases can be found on the Internet at http://info.ea.com.
About the NCAA
The NCAA is a membership-led nonprofit association of colleges and universities committed to supporting academic and athletic opportunities for more than 380,000 student-athletes at more than 1,000 member colleges and universities. Each year, more than 49,000 student-athletes compete in NCAA Championships in Division I, II and III sports. For more information, go to www.ncaa.org.
About The Collegiate Licensing Company
The Collegiate Licensing Company is the oldest and largest collegiate licensing representative in the nation. CLC currently represents more than 200 colleges, universities, bowl games, athletic conferences, The Heisman Trophy, and the NCAA (including the Men's and Women's Final Four, the College World Series, and all NCAA Championships). Headquartered in Atlanta, CLC is a full-service licensing representative, which employs a staff of more than 80 licensing professionals with the capability to establish and manage every aspect of a collegiate licensing program.
* Internet connection required. PlayStation®2 online play requires Internet Connection and Memory Card (8MB) (for PlayStation 2) (each sold separately). See full product for details.
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