Electronic Arts supports its charity partner SpecialEffect with an exclusive FUT jersey in FIFA 22.
The jersey is activated today at 6:00 pm (CEST) as a reward for a weekly goal in FIFA Ultimate Team 22 in the game.
SpecialEffect is a charity based in the United Kingdom, the people with physical disabilities that want to enjoy video games can provide individually designed control systems. FIFA is one of the most popular games that is in demand from the people you help.
The jersey is presented at the local professional club of SpecialEffect, Oxford United. The guests also include the beneficiaries of the charities, and in kind consultation with EA SPORTS, the Premier League Trophy is also presented.
Peter Moore, Vice President of SpecialEffect, said: “As a proud Vice President of SpecialEffect, it is wonderful that the charity is represented in FIFA 22. It throws a bright light on the great work, the Dr. Mick and the team afford to help players with disabilities around the world. I’ve been working on the charity for the first time after seeing how to help you have helped a Liverpooler fan again, and I know that the reaction to the jersey will be enormous to raise awareness of your important mission Sharpen to make games accessible to all. “
Dr. Mick Donegan, founder and CEO of SpecialEffect, said, “We are EA for this wonderful gesture infinitely thankful. For many years, EA has been an important supporter of our work that aims to give people with physical disabilities to give the same opportunities, and we are very pleased that our work becomes known worldwide. When I pushed the charities fifteen fifteen years ago, I would never have dreamed that we would be honored by the most popular game series of all times in this way. “
David Jackson, VP of Brand, EA SPORTS FIFA, said: “SpecialEffect plays a crucial role to make games accessible to any1. This is something that is also very important to EA, as we inspire the world to play. FIFA 22 is proud to support the incredible work of SpecialEffect, which builds barriers for players with physical disabilities and makes video games really inclusive. “
For the free game of the jersey in FIFA 22 you have time for a week.