FIFA Online Safety Guide for Parents
Date Published: 05.09.18
You don’t need to be the biggest football fan in the world to have heard of FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association) – the governing body for football. And, the video game series bearing the organisation’s name is one of the most successful ever. The lure of this football series is that official licensing gives your child the opportunity to play games in the role of their favourite players. They can either work through a story mode version of the game or play online in competitions against other players. The game, released annually by Electronic Arts under the EA Sports label, is available for a range of consoles, and there are also mobile versions available for smartphones and tablets. The most recent version is FIFA 18, but FIFA 19 is due for release later in the year.
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