Info : They are a for profit company with a positive message now
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I'll preface this by stating that I don't think it's a terrible thing for them to bring awareness to this situation. It's important by taking a look from it that it can not only be dismissed. That said, I do hold a certain amount of doubt towards dollar corporations paying lip service to issues that are important. They to do more than simply put out a press release or public statement. Obviously, as a philosophical business they're under no duty to do so, when they try to Mut 20 coins stand in solidarity with the men and women, and it rings hollow. Now there are businesses out there that do things and this is the opportunity to emphasize those efforts; to show they're more than just words.

I would agree in the event of paying lip service to issues without placing support and money to advocate for change or applying it to the company and their work at the very least. At best they place money towards the attorneys and groups that struggle to see justice after the fact or lobby to have laws changed that in the government will not. It's systemic issues within authorities of not reporting their particular and holding them liable rather staying silent and with the police unions which allow it all to occur or in ways even encourage it by the repercussions being a slap on the wrist followed by being hired at another precinct showing them there is no consequences.

Which allow them to misuse their power and protect abusive cops before getting to rulings and legislation such as qualified immunity. The vast majority of which businesses and EA aren't able to do about making it unfair to state they're in the best place to do more. The ones in the position to do more would be the supposed good cops by voting for direction for their unions which will not allow the behaviour or staying quiet and allowing cops to eliminate their misuse of power.

This is advertisements, they are trying to market Madden. Call me cynical but the message's point isn't to support the protests, its since their ad agency exercised that people are not gont have viewing video game trailers high up their list of priorities. They are just postponing it so that they could make cash. If EA actually gave a shit about people and being a company they wouldn't release Madden NFL with microtransactions that is predatory, and they wouldn't participate in crunch clinics using their development teams. They're a for profit company and like most for profit businesses their primary concern is the most important thing.

They are a for profit company with a positive message now. Instead of sitting quietly while advertisements they've chosen a side of the fence. So what if it's all to their bottom line? You can be both sending and profiting positive messages. There is more than 1 way to buy Madden nfl 20 coins give a shit about people. Because that's why they got so big, every large business will get flaws. I commend EA for actually choosing the side even if it does come across as advertisements.
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