Madden NFL Mobile Receives Road to the Playoffs Update

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Electronic Arts has released a new update for Madden NFL Mobile, as well as an infographic detailing stats about the game.

The update features new Road to the Playoffs content, which lets players follow along with the current NFL season in an attempt to make the playoffs. This feature gives players the ability to unlock Tom Brady, who has a 96 overall rating. Brady can be earned by completing the Road Master set.

This update also gives players the ability to play as blocking running backs. In addition, players can complete new League Quests by teaming up with league-mates to complete challenges, and Prestige Level players (those level 50 and up) now have access to alternate uniform selections.

EA will continue to add new Road to the Playoffs content to the game in November and December, with Super Bowl content coming at the end of the football season.

Since Madden NFL Mobile launched in 2014, 133 million season games, 46 million player-vs-player games and 23 million league games have been played. In addition, 615 million live events have been played. The game’s top offensive play is the HB Toss, which has been called 732 million times. For defense, the top play is ‘2 Man Under,’ which has been called 438 million times. Check out the infographic below for more.

Madden NFL Mobile is available to download for free on the iTunes App StoreGoogle Play and the Amazon Appstore.

Madden NFL Mobile Infographic

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COLLEGE FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: University of Alabama Tops Facebook Polls

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AlabamaCrimsonTideLogo650The match-up for the College Football Playoff National Championship Game Presented by AT&T, to be played Jan. 12 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will be determined by two New Year’s Day bowl games: the Rose Bowl Game Presented by Northwestern Mutual, pitting the University of Oregon against Florida State University; and the Allstate Sugar Bowl, in which the University of Alabama will take on Ohio State University. But which of the final four teams sits atop the Facebook polls?

According to PageData, the Crimson Tide of Alabama boasts the most likes, the most likes added during the past seven days, and the highest people talking about this total.

Perhaps due to holiday distractions, the Facebook pages for all four teams saw sharp drops in PTAT over the past seven days.

The four clubs’ totals, via PageData:

Likes:

  1. Alabama: 1,095,470
  2. Oregon: 867,720
  3. Ohio State: 589,938
  4. Florida State: 482,678

Likes Added During the Past Seven Days:

  1. Alabama: 5,572
  2. Oregon: 3,087
  3. Ohio State: 2,401
  4. Florida State: 1,715

PTAT:

  1. Alabama: 47,990
  2. Florida State: 24,778
  3. Oregon: 23,926
  4. Ohio State: 11,428

PTAT Change During the Past Seven Days:

  1. Ohio State: -13,097
  2. Florida State: -27,930
  3. Alabama: -78,799
  4. Oregon: -141,960

Readers: Which team will take home the trophy?

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