NCAA Football Video Game To Be Released In 2020

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Attention gamers, a new NCAA football video game is reportedly coming your way in 2020. Unfortunately, it will not be EA Sports’ beloved NCAA Football franchise, but IMackulate Vision Gaming is putting together a very intriguing game that will bring the college football experience back to the virtual world.

IMackulate Vision Gaming is working on a game titled “Gridiron Champions.”

The game will feature recruiting, a College Football Playoff scenario and 126 created teams like the Mississippi A&M Raptors and Oklahoma Tech Cyclones. It’s their way of getting around NCAA licensing rules.

However, there will be the ability to customize teams so it won’t take long for the gamer community to get a real-life NCAA football version of the game as a downloadable addition.

From the press release:

Gridiron Champions will offer a unique experience to gamers by allowing them the opportunity to customize player uniforms, stadiums, fan atmosphere and recreate pageantry though this unique college football experience.

[…] Over 1,300 gamers have purchased Gridiron Champions as pre-launch item since May 2017.

[…] IMV Gaming is working on next steps such as discussions with game developers in the manufacturing partner selection process as well as the future games for 2021 which include a potentially licensed version of Gridiron Champions and potentially a college basketball experience.

After working for over two years towards the building the innovative and unique concepts of Gridiron Champions, IMV Gaming joins hands with professional athletes Oakland Raiders’ Vadal Alexander along with Brooklyn Nets’ Spencer Dinwiddie as early founding investors.

So what do you think, college football fans? Are you excited about a new video game even if it doesn’t come with your favorite program? Share your thoughts and opinions in the comments section below.

CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
CAMPUSSPORTS Writer
Josh studied journalism at Seton Hill University. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Campus Sports. Josh is currently a member of the FWAA and USBWA. His work has been featured on Sports Illustrated, ESPN.com, FOXSports.com, CBSSports.com and many others.
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