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Madden NFL 17 Championship Series Announced at E3

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Madden NFL 17 Championship Series Announced at E3

Today at the EA presentation on the E3 2016, they announced Madden NFL 17 Championship Series and how it will offer new ways to play, and the new competitive modes coming to the game. Also they showcased some of the most notorious Esports players of EA’s Madden NFL games Eric Wright a.k.a. “Problem” and Zack Lane a.k.a. “Serious Moe” in a video that demonstrates a bit of the life of a Esports player.

Check out the reveal trailer revealed at the EA conference:

The new modes announced for the game are: Challenger, Premier (large-scale live events to be hosted with partners), and EA Majors (live events run on a global stage with big prizes to be won).  The Madden NFL 17 championship series in the next year will bring a million dollars in the pot. Madden NFL 17 will be releasing for the PS4 and Xbox One. The action starts off this weekend with Madden NFL 16.

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For more information on Madden NFL 17, visit its official website.


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