FIFA players are used to it now.
Your opponent “stops raging” before half-time, or interrupts the match every few minutes, or loses time after scoring a goal.
Basically, playing FIFA online can be a very maddening experience.
However, EA has described the unwritten rules of FIFA online gambling using the oldest club in the world to spread the message.
EA Sports is celebrating the anniversary of Sheffield FC, which was founded in October 1857 and is recognized by FIFA as the oldest club still playing football in the world, with a new rulebook for FIFA 22.
The ‘FOAT Code’ (stands for First Of All Time) “calls on the FIFA community to follow FIFA’s unwritten rules, including asking players not to quit rage matches and asking players not to pause the game in the middle of the match ”.
There are other unwritten rules: don’t waste time; skip repeat broadcasts of goals that are not worth replaying; and don’t celebrate every “sweaty” goal.
These rules will not be imposed on all Ultimate Team players, but they are only a guide to a less toxic atmosphere.
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