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Old 03-14-2013, 05:55 PM   #1
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EA CEO John Riccitiello Named One of 50 Most Powerful Men in Sports



When it comes to sports at least, John Riccitiello has been named one of the 50 most powerful men in sports, besting such figures as Dana White, President Barack Obama, and Mark Cuban in a recent list from Sports Illustrated. Roger Goddell and David Stern, the NFL and NBA league commissioners respectively, both top the list. Riccitiello didn't appear in a similar list on the Sports Business Journal late last year.

What do you guys think? Does Riccitiello and EA have that much impact on sports?

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Old 03-14-2013, 08:02 PM   #2
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His face says YESSS NO COMPETITION FOR MADDEN OR NCAA FOOTBALL MUHAHAHA!
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Is it wrong not to like him just because of how he looks? Evil smirk
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Impact on sports? Perhaps sports gaming, and only if we're quantifying the negatives. Still, Peter Moore had far more negatives than Riccitiello ever had.
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This corporate tool thinks piracy is his biggest problem. So he stays away from PC (even though piracy is just as big on xbox) and comes up with always online-DRM ideas (like SimCity)... What a moron.
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