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​Will EA Sports Ban Me for Buying Madden 20 Coins?

Press release   •   Jul 13, 2019 02:28 EDT

EA Sports has announced the Madden NFL 20 release date as 2nd August 2019. Each time a newer version of the game is released, it is met with a great deal of anticipation. If you play Madden NFL, you know that coins are an integral part of being successful. A great shortcut is to buy Madden 20 coins from the trusted RMT suppliers in the market.

EA Sports has said that if you choose to buy Madden 20 coins somewhere, you could be banned from the game. This has produced a good amount of fear in gamers who do not want to run the risk of being banned. But it always seems to prove false. There is never any gamer who actually gets banned from the game for buying Madden 20 coins elsewhere. Buying Madden 20 coins online from a distributor than it is to purchase points in Madden through Xbox Points or PSN credit. EA Sports would prefer that players only ever buy Madden points from them directly. There are theoretically millions of these transactions that would be taking place on the internet and there doesn't seem to be a mechanism for EA Sports to monitor every one of them.

EA Sports has apparently showcased and marketed a new warning system for those who are selling and buying Madden 20 Coins. The system includes several warnings before a person would actually be banned. This means that even if EA Sports were monitored these transactions, you would capitalize on having multiple strikes before you were ever actually be banned. It is yet to be seen that EA Sports is even warning players, nevermind moving forward with actually banning anyone. This newer system is actually a good deal more lenient than what EA Sports has proposed in the past. In the past, EA Sports claimed that they would simply ban players while this system allows for warnings if the player is verified as having purchased coins. That said, there is no real proof that this new system is even being used or followed.

If you are looking to purchase cheap Madden 20 Coins, you can do so online much cheaper than you can through EA sports. There is no proof that EA Sports is actually banning anyone from making such purchases, or even has the mechanism to do so. This means that you could save yourself some money by purchasing from a reputable distributor (Eg: U4gm) as opposed to EA Sports directly, which would cost significantly more money and it if you don't pack any valuable players, then your investment in points could prove fruitless.