Madden NFL 21: What Is New In The Game?

Madden NFL 21’s actuality since the release of the game, has been filled with updates and various fixes. This is unusual for a game all about competition and detrimental to the franchise as a whole. Fortunately, after weeks of patching, fixing, and additions to the game, EA seems to have started thinking about the game’s future. In this article, we will cover a big announcement about the game and the latest player ratings update.

On October 28, EA has announced that they would collaborate with Learfield IMG College to launch Level Next: The largest official collegiate esports league in history. This collaboration will span over several years and concerns more than 2500 schools in the United States of America. Madden NFL 21 will be the first EA Sports’ game franchise featured in the partnership but it will be joined by other games over time.

The first Level next competition will be the Fall Champions Series and will feature Madden NFL 21. The tournament will begin on November 9 and is open to the college students of select universities. The tournament will last eight weeks with a regular season, playoffs, and a championship. The registered students will compete to win a part of the $150,000 prize pool, good news for students

EA has also presented the second season of Madden NFL 21. This season is called The Wave and it will bring new features to the game. This season is dedicated to “the innovators, the originators, and those courageous enough to push the game to the next level.” The Wave will feature new weekly gear drops and an endless run mode in Superstar KO. Season 2 will also introduce Autumn Blast for Madden Ultimate Team with new content.

On another note, the player ratings update for week 8 is now available. This week’s biggest performance is attributed to D.K. Metcalf of Seattle Seahawks, Tee Higgins of Cincinnati Bengals, and Keenan Allen of Los Angeles Chargers. They had outstanding matches this week and their ratings went up as a result. On the contrary, Marquise Brown of the Baltimore Ravens and Amari Cooper of Dallas Cowboys ratings decreased due to bad performance. You can buy MUT coins at the best prices on U7buy to build your ultimate team.


(Contributed by mezaoyabin; Edited by Hermes_Fang)

Law firm specialized in art and equine law

Not many law firms are specialized in art law or equine law. Schelstraete Lawyers in he Netherlands has been active in the field of equine law for over thirty years now. It’s funny how the founder, Luc Schelstraete, was asked more frequently about equine related legal issues at the time he was a young lawyer and a rider himself.

As one thing led to another, the firm has 6 lawyers working at business, art and equine related cases. Luc is considered to be a well known equine lawyer across Europe and the United States. In 2016 he founded the European Us-Asian Equine Lawyers: an alliance of law firms with a strong focus on equine law in Europe and the US.

Equine law is not only for riders

Equine law is not just for riders who have a disagreement with their national or global equestrian organisation (like the FEI). It also helps business owners in the equestrian world. In order to make a good solid deal, a foolproof contract is needed to avoid any uncertainties or even legal disputes. When it comes to horses who compete at the highest levels, a lot of money is involved. Schelstraete advises in many topics directly related to the equine sport such as:

  • drawing up contracts for the purchase and sale of horses and ponies, at a national and international level;
  • providing advice and assistance to clients in litigation relating to purchases of horses and ponies
  • legal evaluations of veterinary reports
  • the drafting and assessment of contracts concerning partnerships between horse owners, equestrian sport companies, sponsors and their riders/horsewomen;
  • assisting horse owners and/or riders in disciplinary proceedings at a national and on FEI level;
  • assisting veterinarians with legal matters;
  • advising and providing guidance to professional (equestrian) organisations in the civil law field.

Passion for art

Luc Schelstraete is legal counsel of VSN (Dutch Association of Sport Horse Dealers) and of many high ranked multinational equine entrepreneurs, trainers, equine authorities, National Federations and top athletes.
The art law is his second main interest. Similar to the equine business the art business is international and developing fast. Luc has represented many international art dealers in The Netherlands, Belgium and France.