How Much Do CFB Players Receive for Appearing in EA Sports College Football 25?


EA Sports College Football 25 is expected to be a historic event in the long tradition of college football gaming. For the first time, all 11,000 football players from 134 Football Bowl Subdivision teams will be able to participate in the game and get paid for it.

The fans have been waiting impatiently for the longest time due to some controversies and lawsuits surrounding the game, however, the anticipation has come to a halt as the game is set to release this year. Let’s look at all the other relevant details regarding the compensation college players will be receiving for appearing in the EA Sports College Football 25

How Much Do CFB Players Get to Appear in the Game

As per the new deal, each athlete who allows EA Sports to use their name, image, and likeness in EA Sports College Football 25 will receive $600 and a free copy of the game.

The $600 payment is set to be part of a significant investment by EA Sports, totaling over $6 million distributed among all 11,000 football players, making it the largest NIL program in college football history.

Top Players Included in EA Sports College Football 25

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While most of the other college athletes are happy with a measly $600 other top names may not. Some of the top players included in EA Sports College Football 25 are:

  • Travis Hunter (DB/WR, Colorado)
  • Luther Burden (WR, Missouri)
  • Quinn Ewers (QB, Texas)
  • Ollie Gordon (RB, Oklahoma State)
  • Will Johnson (CB, Michigan)
  • Jalen Milroe (QB, Alabama)
  • Nick Singleton (RB, Penn State)
  • Jaxson Dart (QB, Ole Miss)

These players are among the standout athletes expected to feature prominently in the game, showcasing their skills and talents within the virtual college football world.


The release of EA Sports College Football 25 was delayed due to various factors, including legal issues and the implementation of the new name, image, and likeness (NIL) policy. However, the game is set to be released in Summer 2024, with speculation pointing towards the start in mid to late August. Stay tuned for more updates.

Prikshit Malik
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