Baryonyx wrote:I don't see why they would bother, or why they would care. I can't even imagine girl gamers getting excited about the idea. After all, women's football is one those sports where you can reliably expect there to be more people on the pitch than spectators in the stands.
Metalrodent wrote:oh noes, they might actually need to research some players or something - cause thats much too much work for a mjor company with tons of money and staff
FishyGinger wrote:Metalrodent wrote:oh noes, they might actually need to research some players or something - cause thats much too much work for a mjor company with tons of money and staff
It probably is actually. How many extra sales would it get them for the outlay? I'd guess at not enough.
FishyGinger wrote:True but then how many games have they had those players in now and how many people watch these teams mainly for those players? I assume the amount of new buyers who wouldn't have bought before because there is a ladies league/players would not outweigh the cost substantially of putting them in there. Not in one go anyways, maybe if they slowly integrated it.
I'm not against it if it seems that way, I think it would be quite a good move but from a financial point of view on their half I'm not so sure.
I would be interested in my data though like the average amount of people who go to watch mens football to womens and number of players.
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