Soccer, like many other sports, has been dominated by the presence of men in the sport. However, this is something that has changed over time and is becoming a more mixed sport. Last year, millions of people paid attention to the Women’s Soccer World Cup, whose matches received a lot of attention. There are more and more female sports journalists, which is also signifying a significant change. Now the change is coming to FIFA 21, which will have its first female host in franchise history.
This was shared by Nira Juanco, the new presenter of FIFA 21. She is a presenter and journalist for Gol Televisión, in addition to having been the voice of the re-transmissions of formula 1. In addition to her, Manolo Lama, Paco González, and Antonio Ruíz they will also be part of the comments. Lama and González have been a duo for the last 20 years of FIFA, and now a new commentator arrives to introduce a different option to the game. It is a welcome change and one that represents other major changes in the world of sports.
However, this does not distract from how Fifa Ultimate Team is a game mode that could be categorized as “betting” in the future. This is because its design encourages spending real money on packs to get random players, without having a clear idea of how it works. More than once, minors have spent thousands of dollars on this service. Obviously there is a personal factor in these cases, but the game design also encourages spending this way. Belgium (and probably the United Kingdom) categorize this game mode as “betting”.
FIFA 21 will launch on October 9 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.