The Madden NFL 24 leans heavily on its characters
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The plaintiffs are also unhappy with what they perceive as be an absence of transparency in the settlement and also the manner in which it is going to be carried out.
"We do not know why they come up with $50 million," Dryer said. "The money goes to a fund, which gives it preexisting charities and the charity then, amazingly, decides to donate it to the players. I do not want to be involved in a business I'm not sure about.
"What does work is to get money directly to former players, which is what we'd like to see. We're looking to find out what the revenue source is to negotiate a deal for all retired players.
"I'm getting rid of this deal. I'm done with this agreement."
The Madden NFL 24 leans heavily on its characters to market its product. There are superstars who are household names that people from all over the world connect with and identify every Sunday throughout the year and then there's a broad roster of good guys, rebels, rebels and every other character you'll encounter in a scripted television show that is promoting teams that feed rivalries and selling one of the world's most watched sports.
It's the kind of business Dryer recognizes.
The Hunter series, produced by late TV producer Stephen J. Cannell, is among the most popular and most important television shows on syndication.
"I recognize the importance to The Hunter series, as well as the value of the copyright the author owns, and I am a participant in that profit participation.
"I take a call at Steve Cannell and say, "We've been doing the show for some time now. It's going to be an enormous hit. In my opinion, I'm entitled to a little of the back end of your copyright , or even your library.' So , the issue is 'what is Fred going get in order to start making the show?'
"We have a contract where we meet and mut coins for sale shake hands over it. Now, I'm part of the deal and get paid every time the show occurs anywhere in the world."