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  • Because it's silly bullshit meant to Mut 21 coins placate dumb white people that are easily vulnerable to this kind of marketing strategy. This marketing tactic where businesses express commitments to resist injustice whilst avoiding specifics regarding what exactly is wrong, what needs to change, and exactly what they're going to do about it.

    Every single fucking company does this and it is empty rhetoric. They do not offer one fuck. This is precisely the same EA that censored the word"Kaepernick" from a song in numerous games now in an effort to avoid offending their black player base. So no I'm not going to be glad that a company like EA does nothing and expects compliments for doing nothing. People catching that and calling it out is not nihilism. It's realism. What does stating something accomplish? Why should anyone be happy about E-fucking-A posing the delay of a game reveal as if it's somehow remotely related to the current unrest?

    Don't give corporations brownie points for doing the simplest thing. This is corporate slacktivism, all noise no action. Donations, shouting out to resources people are able to use or donate to themselves, doing anything with any substance more than stating"shouts out to oppressed minorities, we will wait to market to you until you've got some focus to spare?" Or, the best case situation, just announcing a delay without tying it into something wholly unrelated to them except for its impact in their reveal.

     It's not, until they want to feign reevaluate their marketing plan is an act of solidarity. Solidarity just means that they agree with their cause, and there is nothing that indicate they do not. Yes, there's, the fact that they have done nothing to benefit anyone but themselves. That they just delay it without asserting that delaying an ad is "in solidarity" with current protests. Don't be a fool that thinks there is any weight whatsoever to some corporate entity"taking a side" by delaying marketing stuff. I really don't believe this is a bad thing or a fantastic thing. It is a completely pointless, neutral item and EA deserves no credit for it.

    That is a excellent point, I hadn't considered it like that. I do you wish to support the reason but what does that have to do with soccer? It brings attention to the matter and keeps it on the issue rather than letting a distraction from it through their game. Beyond that Colin Kapernick kneeling for precisely the reasons the protests are occurring? And then the entire reaction to it from in and outside the league when he was doing that are directly related to both the matter and football. NFL players are protesting police brutality throughout games for many years now. Taking into consideration the game includes the likeness of lots of buy Madden nfl 21 coins these characters it isn't surprising that EA might do this.