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Oldest rumors in the FIFA 19 community

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We’ve heard your concerns around the Dynamic Difficulty Adjustment patent family, and wanted to confirm it’s not used in EA SPORTS FIFA," confirmed EA. "We would never use it to advantage or disadvantage any group of players against another in any of our games. If you have any sort of inquiries pertaining to where and how you can make use of FIFA 19 Points Account, you could call us at our own web-page. The technology was designed to explore how we might help players that are having difficulty in a certain area of a game have an opportunity to advance.

One of the oldest rumors in the FIFA community is that EA, via dynamic difficulty adjustment, scripts matches. The rumor has persisted and grown in strength over the years that it's become a bonafide conspiracy, one that many subscribe to. The rumors of this have been around for awhile, but were increased when an EA patent revealed that it was looking into and possibly using the aforementioned DDA system. That said, according to EA, the technology hasn't been implemented into FIFA 19 or any previous release, and that all rumors of "scripting" or "momentum" or "rigging" are just that: rumors.

EA puts this growth down to many factors, including the expansion of the Global Series from eight official league partners to 17. The publisher also says that introduction og the FIFA eNations Cup also helped to draw viewers. According to the publisher, the game’s esports component the EA Sports FIFA 19 Global Series generated more than 680 million minutes watched and 61 million total views. This represents an annual increase of 60% and 25% respectively.


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