EA Sports Kicks off Global FIFA eWorld Cup 2018 Online Competition

EA Sports has announced a new global eSports event for FIFA 18 culminating in the first-ever FIFA eWorld Cup next August. Qualifying begins November 3, with several rounds leading up to the main event.

From November 2017 through July 2018, the tournament will feature several qualifying rounds where you can compete for a spot in the playoffs. There will also be qualifying events for recognized pro players and current teams to gain an entry.

By next summer, the field will be winnowed down to 128 participants — half on Xbox One and half on PlayStation 4. Dubbed the “Champions Cup,” these players will face off against each other in live events until only eight remain. Then it’s on to the FIFA eWorld Cup Grand Final.

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Todd Sitrin, SVP and GM of the Competitive Gaming Division at EA, said in a press release that the plan is to build on the rising popularity of eSports in the new worldwide tournament. “Last year was a pivotal achievement for competitive FIFA, engaging millions of competitors and spectators through world football,” he said. “In partnership with FIFA, we’re accelerating the growth of competitive gaming.”

The Madden Championship has been a huge success, and EA is hoping to replicate its popularity by partnering with FIFA. “Competitive FIFA is a global entertainment phenomenon that maximizes the combined power of world football and competitive gaming in unprecedented fashion,” Philippe Le Floc’h, Chief Commercial Officer at FIFA, said.

To participate, you need to first register for the tournament. You can qualify through FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) online competitions and at live qualifying events throughout the year. Get ready for the qualifying events with our FIFA 18 FUT strategy guide to build your team into a powerhouse. It’s available now, bu if you’re new to the FIFA series, you can also grab the free demo and try it out.

We found FIFA 18 to be a game you can play for months at a time, with stunning graphics and smooth, engaging competitions. The Ultimate Team mode adds “Squad Battles,” allowing you so score new cards and coins by playing single-player matches and comparing your performance to others in online leaderboards.

EA is promising lots more information about the various tournaments soon, with official leagues representing real-life clubs, so start practicing now and get ready to face off against competitors from all over the globe.

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Madden NFL 18: Best Overall Team Ratings

Madden NFL 18 has been released, and we have all the team overall rankings in this guide. Find out who is the best overall team.

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Madden NFL 18: Best Overall Team Ratings

Here are all the NFL teams rankings in Madden NFL 18 ranked from first to last.

1. New England Patriots: 93 Overall Rating

No surprise that the Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots are number one overall. They did have an amazing comeback and have Tom Brady at QB.

2. Atlanta Falcons: 91 Overall Rating

No one usually remembers second place, except when you blow a 28-3 lead in the Super Bowl to the Patriots. The Falcons still earned the respect of EA Tiburon with the second highest overall ranking to kickoff the season.

3. Dallas Cowboys: 89 Overall Rating

The Cowboys are a young up and coming team with a lot to prove now that Tony Romo has moved to the broadcast booth.

4. Green Bay Packers: 88 Overall Rating

The Packers are still a force to be reckoned with. Aaron Rodgers is back to lead the second highest rated offense in Madden this year.

5. Pittsburgh Steelers: 88 Overall Rating

The Steelers’ Antonio Brown and Ben Roethlisberger are the one two punch for the fourth highest rated offense this season in the game.

6. Kansas City Chiefs: 87 Overall Rating

The highest rated defense in Madden NFL 18 has made the Chiefs a force to be reckoned with this season.

7. Oakland Raiders: 86 Overall Rating

The Raiders are one of the most fun teams to play as in this year’s Madden. Beast Mode is back and the team’s seventh highest rated offense is has a great running game.

8. Seattle Seahawks: 86 Overall Rating

The third highest rated defense in the game is still a force in the NFC West.

9. Tennessee Titans: 85 Overall Rating

Remember the Titans, if you are looking for a decent team with a mobile QB. Mariota leads the eighth highest rated offense in Madden this season.

10. New York Giants: 84 Overall Rating

Eli Manning and the Giants’ sixth highest rated defense in the game are still one of the better teams in the NFC.

Madden NFL 18: Overall Team Ratings Continued

11. New Orleans Saints: 84 Overall Rating

12. Buffalo Bills: 83 Overall Rating

13. Miami Dolphins: 83 Overall Rating

14: Denver Broncos: 82 Overall Rating

15. Arizona Cardinals: 82 Overall Rating

16. Indianapolis Colts: 82 Overall Rating

17. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: 81 Overall Rating

18. Detroit Lions: 81 Overall Rating

19: Los Angeles Chargers: 80 Overall Rating

20: Baltimore Ravens: 80 Overall Rating

21: Washington Redskins: 80 Overall Rating

22. Carolina Panthers: 79 Overall Rating

23. Houston Texans: 79 Overall Rating

24. Cincinnati Bengals: 78 Overall Rating

25. Philadelphia Eagles: 78 Overall Rating

26. Minnesota Vikings: 78 Overall Rating

27. Chicago Bears: 77 Overall Rating

28. Jacksonville Jaguars: 77 Overall Rating

29. Cleveland Browns: 76 Overall Rating

30. San Francisco 49ers: 76 Overall Rating

31. New York Jets: 75 Overall Rating

32. Los Angeles Rams: 75 Overall Rating

Madden NFL 18 Marks a Second Consecutive Year of Madden Football

Like last year, Madden NFL 18 is another one of Madden’s down years.  As players of the series will know, there are years when sweeping changes hit the game, and there are years when the game feels more like a roster update.  While Madden NFL 18 can certainly be looked at as more than a roster update with tweaks and changes to core game modes, the introduction of a narrative driven story mode for the first time in the series, and marking a transition to DICE’s Frostbite Engine that powers many EA games, Madden 18 does not feel like much of an upgrade over Madden 17 when looking at it across the board.

What’s been included this year feel like risk averse additions to the game.  EA Tiburon takes very little chance in improving the annual franchise in meaningful ways this year when it comes to gameplay features, and even the new Longshot story mode lands with a thud as it just doesn’t have the type of quality that you’d expect from a single player campaign-like experience in terms of writing or presentation, despite desperately wanting to be something that picks at the player’s emotions, telling the story of two NFL hopefuls.   While it’s a first run for EA and not quite as shlocky as NBA 2K’s Livin’ Da Dream mode from 2016, Longshot feels like a take it or leave it mode.  While some might enjoy it as a break from the core Madden modes, there’s not much substance here.  With more cinematic meat on its bones than actual gameplay, Longshot can wear out its welcome pretty quickly.

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Looking past this highly touted new mode, you really start to look at the engine switch as the feature for the game that’s supposed to sell it.  Unfortunately, the graphical improvements that we see from Frostbite in Madden 18 aren’t many.  Improved lighting is probably the most evident change.  While things like character models and animations look and feel much like they did last year.  Some player face models seem to have gotten a visual bump, but it’s certainly not the type of generational leap that we saw a few years back.  Perhaps giving Tiburon a few more years to work with Frostbite as they push further away from the Xbox 360 and PS3 generation of consoles, we’ll continue to see improvements across the board.  This year, however, is not a year that will make your jaw drop.  In fact, many of the small things and visual glitches that we’ve seen in previous Madden games still haven’t been fixed.  Awkward player animations, tackling that feels like the players are magnetized, and weird ball and player physics that crop up from time to time are evident throughout the game.

Franchise Modes are a big thing for sports games, and EA continues to really ignore this aspect of their game… at least in adding new features and expanding on it.   Franchise mode this year really doesn’t have any standout improvements to highlight.  Franchise starting points are one, but it’s such a slight tweak to the formula that it really only changes the game in a marginal way.  Customizable Draft Boards also are a new addition to this mode, allowing auto-drafters some chance at building a solid team.  While it hasn’t been improved significantly with features that some of the fan base have been clamoring for in terms of depth, Madden 18’s CFM is certainly serviceable.  The mode offers multi-year progression in online or offline franchises, with the option to do fantasy drafts and manage many of the aspects of your team’s franchise.  With the lack of additions to this mode compared to last year, it really feels like EA is funneling players towards Madden Ultimate Team where all that sweet, sweet microtransaction money can be made.

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Tips For Building The Best Madden Mobile Team

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Do Not Just Buy The 90 Rated Players

Ok so in theory if you have a ton of Madden 18 Mobile Coins, all you need to do is go and buy a load of 90 plus rated players and you will be unstoppable! Well, that is not actually always the case, be sure to look at each individual stat. For example, a QB in Madden 18 Mobile, even if they are rated high, has to have a high throw accuracy rating or they are not worth it!

Train 80 Plus Players Into Something Epic

The best bit of advice we can give you if you have a lot of Mobile Coins is that you purchase players who are rated in the 80 range. By training these types of player, you can really make them monsters on the field. You use Elites to train them and you will be amazed at how you can take a good player and make them great. Training players is going to be huge in Madden 18 and those who train their players best will have the best teams, rather than those who just try to buy all the best players.

Levelling Is Time Consuming

Madden 18 Mobile has a leveling system like many other mobile card based games. By this, we mean that the first few levels you will just fly by, but then when you start to get into the 80’s and 90’s. You really do have to grind and have patience as it can be very time consuming.

Some Essential FIFA 18 Tips: New Defending and Career Mode Advice

I’ve played 900 games of FIFAs 17 and 18 over the last year. Just to reaffirm that, in old-school Vidiprinter speak: Nine. Hundred. Games.

“While I’m still way off competing for six figures at eSports events, the sheer wealth of time spent in Career and Ultimate Team modes, coupled with behind-closed-doors access to the EA Canada development team, have enabled me to pick up some sneaky advanced tips – tips which I’m now going to share with you.

“These should aid players of all abilities – from two-button novice to perennial Weekend League contender.”

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New defending requires ditching of old habits

There have been claims that FIFA 18’s defending model is broken – mostly by FIFA 17 players unaware of the new ‘hard tackle’, which is halfway between a standing tackle and a slide.

In fact, once you master that new tackle, it’s much improved. The key is to hold down the tackle button for slightly longer than a second before making a challenge, rather than repeatedly tapping it as with previous years. Think of it as charging up a Street Fighter move; it’s about reading the game in advance, rather than reacting to it.

There are also ways you can increase your chances of making key blocks in and around the box, Burnley style. One is to deploy a 4-4-2 (2) formation with two CDMs taller than 6ft 2in. Positionally they’ll help shield your centre-backs, and their sheer size means outstretched legs deflect numerous goalbound shots away. It’s like a Tony Pulis dream.

Also experiment in using the right stick, rather than L1/LB, to switch between players. This takes the choice of who you control out of the AI’s hands, instead placing it in yours.

Want more goals? Turn handballs back on

Tucked away in the Settings menu is an option which, when changed from default, will immediately increase the number of goals you score. Handballs were introduced in FIFA 11 but ‘removed’ a year later after fans complained that the engine couldn’t differentiate between deliberate and accidental. Except they weren’t removed at all – merely switched off unless the game owner decided otherwise.

To flick them back on, head to Customise, then Settings, then Games Settings, then Rules. ‘Handball’ is the fourth option down. Most offline FIFA players set the difficulty at a level where they have more shots than their AI opposition, meaning more time spent in an opponent’s box in any given game – and therefore more chance of ball striking hand.

When it does, you earn a penalty every time – we’re seeing one in every five or six games. The downside is you’ll occasionally concede one too, but it’s definitely a change that benefits human player far more than AI.

Height is the most important keeper attribute

Some advice given to FFT by lead gameplay producer Sam Rivera ahead of FIFA 17’s release remains true this year – particularly in the case of those gangly guys between the sticks. “Two specific attributes [are critical],” said Rivera. “They are the player’s mass – how big they are – and their strength attribute. We combine those values to determine how strong the guys are. The bigger the player, the better he’ll be.”

There’s a simple reason Asmir Begovic and Jack Butland are considered FIFA’s most overpowered Prem keepers: at 6ft 6in and 6ft 5in respectively, their height enables them to reach shots and crosses that their stats suggest should be beyond them. Fraser Forster, at 6ft 7in, is also a colossus despite his 78 OVR.

From the other major leagues, Costel Pantilimon (La Liga, 6ft 7in), Michael Esser (Bundesliga, 6ft 5in) and Gianluigi Donnarumma (Calcio A, 6ft 5in) are all worth consideration for your Career Mode and/or FUT squad.

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Lightning Win Cup in EA Sports NHL 18 Season Simulation

The Pittsburgh Penguins will not three-peat as Stanley Cup champions, if the full-season simulation from EA Sports NHL 18 is correct.

EA Sports predicted the Tampa Bay Lightning to win the Stanley Cup after defeating the Edmonton Oilers in the Stanley Cup Final. The Penguins are projected to win the Presidents’ Trophy for the first time since 1992-93, but lose to the Lightning in the Eastern Conference Final. The game predicts the Oilers to defeat the Minnesota Wild in the Western Conference Final.

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NHL 18 projects the Oilers to reach the Cup Final thanks to a huge season from center Connor McDavid, who will win the Hart and Art Ross trophies, and the Ted Lindsay Award for the second straight season. It also predicts Lightning forward Nikita Kucherov will win the Maurice Richard Trophy as the League’s top regular-season goal scorer, as well as the Conn Smythe Trophy for MVP of the Stanley Cup Playoffs.

Boston Bruins forward Patrice Bergeron is projected to repeat as Selke Trophy winner for best defensive forward, which would be his fifth time winning the award, Ottawa Senators defenseman Erik Karlsson is predicted to earn his third Norris Trophy and Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price is projected to win the Vezina Trophy for the second time.

The simulation for NHL 17 accurately predicted the Nashville Predators to win the Western Conference. The game had the Predators defeating the Canadiens in the Cup Final; in reality, they lost to the Penguins in six games.

NBA 2K18 MyGM And MyLeague Are The Best Modes In The Game

NBA 2K18 is a deep game with a variety of features, and most of them are well done, but the best of the lot are MyGM and MyLeague.

When it comes to functionality, depth, innovation, immersion, and fun, every 2K fan should be giving these modes a look. If you’re unaware of what MyGM and MyLeague offer, here are 10 qualities that make it the class of the NBA 2K18 feature set.

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Two Similar, But Different Experiences

MyGM and MyLeague are both franchise modes at the root, but the former is purely a single-player journey with a storyline. It blends elements of MyCareer, but it doesn’t lose the flexibility and team-building concepts that make franchise modes fun.

MyLeague was once described to me as “the ultimate sandbox tool.” Each year since NBA 2K15, the mode has lived up to that description more and more. No other sports video game allows you to have two different franchise mode experiences.

Depth And Innovation

MyGM and MyLeague offer more options and unique concepts than any other sports video game.  Sony’s MLB The Show is the closest to MyGM and MyLeague, but its franchise mode is still a distant second. It’s not the sprawling, widespread concept that The Neighborhood is, but in their own space, MyGM and MyLeague deliver admirable new tech and ideas.

Despite the loss of collegiate sports, 2K implemented the ability to create and share draft classes to keep that element of the franchise mode in order. Unfortunately, MyGM doesn’t allow you to use custom draft classes in Year 1 of the journey this year, but that’s like a slight scratch on the hood of a Rolls Royce.

No other sports video game gives you as much control over draft classes.

This year’s game delivers real-life advanced statistics that can be viewed in game, and the data can be turned into a chart used for your own education or as a team-building tool within the game.

You Can Enjoy Them Alone, Online or With Couch Play

Playing online has obviously been a great thing for gaming overall, but sometimes it’s nice to find a mode that you can enjoy that doesn’t require cooperation from complete strangers.

MyGM is strictly single player, but MyLeague is versatile. You can control one or all of the teams in the league. There’s an online version of the mode, though it’s missing a few of the features offline gamers enjoy.

Still, it’s a more verbose online franchise mode experience than you can find with other sports video games.

There’s also a couch play option. What’s that? It’s a simple concept that allows you and a friend or family member to play through a number of NBA seasons with you.

To this day, my most rewarding gaming experiences have come from this style of play. MyLeague makes me feel like I’m an 11-year-old again playing sports video games with my brother, only I don’t have to manually keep up with the stats like I did before, and my son is now my partner in crime.

The Challenge Is Real

If you think playing NBA 2K18 on Superstar difficulty is too easy, you’re either being less than truthful or some kind of virtual hoops savant. The mode delivers a solid challenge that will render realistic statistics and standings if you play through the season.

Madden 18 Guide: How to Improve Offence and Defence

Madden 18 is a game that intrigues even casual American football fans, especially now the season is well underway. That’s why we’ve created a guide listing the best beginner Madden 18 tips and tricks to strengthen your defence and turn your offence into an unstoppable machine.

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Madden NFL 18 Guide – Mix It Up

The most common mistake a lot of first time Madden players make is to fly through the playbook of any team and look for a move to hurl the football as far as possible. This is understandable as there’s few things as thrilling as lobbing a Hail Mary and actually pulling it off, but the key to any smart game of football is patience and to be diverse in your approach. No matter which team you choose you’re going to be slightly intimidated by how many plays are on offer, especially as some have over 500 variations. Many of these are offshoots of the same idea though, so taking a few minutes to find a few that work for you will help no end at first.

From there stick to the basics. On your first or second down try short passes or running the ball to make up the necessary yards and slowly push the opposition back. If you struggle and find yourself on third down a more daring strategy may be needed, but if it’s early in the game you’re better off sticking to this formula: small, productive moves to secure 10 yards and then repeat. If you do get to fourth down and aren’t in need of anything spectacular always punt the ball away, too. Trying anything else is just going to put you in a dangerous position and back you into a corner. So remember. Start with running backs and smart, easy to intercept passes and build from there. You’ll find yourself learning the plays much faster this way as well.

Madden NFL 18 Guide – Learn the formations

Formations are intimidating. If you’re not sure how they work, it will put you off almost instantly but understanding the pros and cons of each is essential if you want to have a productive game of football.

If you’re truly new to the series you’re best off starting with a team like the Miami Dolphins who more often than not stick to three formations. You can execute any play regardless what formation you have, but certain lineups are going to be more successful depending what you’re trying to achieve. It’s best to use the I Formation, Strong I or Weak I to run the ball and Shotgun if you feel the need to go for a long pass. If you’re looking for a more balanced approach that lets you think more on your feet, always use Singleback.

There are more options which will usually lean slightly more towards running the ball or passing, but as general rule the above will help your game no end. Naturally you have defensive formations on top of this, and the key ones are 4-3 – which will give you coverage against most plays – 4-4 – to slow down running plays and potentially blitz the QB – and 3-4 – which will target an opponent’s running back.

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Madden NFL 18 Guide – Look at your opponent

So you’ve chosen your formation and play and you’re feeling pretty good about the upcoming down. The thing is, that’s really where the game starts. Before the ball has even be handed off it’s imperative to look at your opponent and see how its defence has lined up and then try to figure out if your idea is going to work. There’s every chance they’ve read you perfectly and are set up to stop you making any gains.

There’s no hard and fast rule with this, but observe the positioning of their linebackers to figure out how it matches up with your play. If they seem perilously close to the line of scrimmage there’s a good chance they’re aiming for a blitz, or the eradication of your QB. If they seemed more relaxed with their safeties sitting deep, it’s fair to assume they think you’re going to pass.

This is where you have to be smart. A quick press of R3 will take you to an in-play menu where you can call an audible to rearrange your line-up to give you the upper hand. You can also call hot routes which will specifically let you change the pathway of a receiver to circumvent the defence immediately. A lot of this will be trial and error at first as you start learning how to read another team and understanding what is and isn’t possible. It is, however, crucial when you get further into the game.

Madden NFL 18 Guide – Learn the passes

Naturally passing the ball is incredibly important in Madden but it’s not just a case of tapping a button and seeing it perfectly fall into your receiver’s hands.  Instead you have to learn the system and work out what each pass means. Where Madden 18 is concerned EA has delayed the amount of time it takes for a receiver to get into the right position so being patient and holding off an extra half-second before allowing your QB to make an attempt will make all the difference. There’s also numerous types of passes you can unleash and, again, choosing the right one for the right situation could be the reason you complete a play.

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FIFA 18: These are the Fastest Players You Need to Build the Ultimate Team

Pace is a massive part of FIFA, and if you’re building an Ultimate Team, you’ll often need the quickest players to counter everyone else’s speedsters.

Even the FIFA esports professionals use teams with fast players, so that should give you an idea of what you should be doing for your matches at home.

Be warned though, unless you’re lucky enough to open them in a pack, the players on this list will be super pricey on the transfer market.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang

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Hands down the fastest player in the world is Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. His normal card has a pace of 96. However, he also has an upgraded In Form where it’s bumped up even further to 97. He’s not just all about the speed either, as his attacking stats are great too.

Jonathan Biabiany

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Challenging for Aubameyang’s crown right now is Jonathan Biabiany. The Frenchman plays for Sparta Prague, and they’re definitely glad of his pace. His stats aren’t quite as good as Aubameyang’s, but he can certainly dribble down the wing and put a cross in.

Ernest Asante

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Of course, not all the fastest players have gold cards. Ernest Asante is a Ghanaian winger who plays for Danish team FC Nordsjælland. The 28 year old has a huge 95 pace in FIFA 18, though his other stats don’t quite stack up.

Mathis Bolly

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Mathis Bolly, is another lesser known player, but his German second division club SpVgg Greuther Furth certainly know all about him. The right midfielder also has a pace of 95, and could be an interesting addition to a silver team.

Jurgen Damm

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Back to the gold players now with Jurgen Damm, a Mexican player who plays for Liga MX club Tigres UANL. He’s also got a pace of 95, and it appears the majority of fastest players play on the right flank.

Hector Bellerin

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The first defender on the list, Arsenal’s Bellerin has proved over the past few years that he’s one of the fastest players in the Premier League. The right back from Spain has a pace of 95, and is often a hot commodity on the transfer market.

‘NBA 2K18′ 3 Tips And Tricks To Earn VC Quickly And Efficiently

Almost everyone in the NBA 2K community is discussing virtual currency to some degree. It has been a hot-button topic since the game was released on September 15.

Many gamers have balked at the notion of spending real money to upgrade their MyPlayer, thus many fans are thirsty to find the best ways to earn VC without dipping into their wallets. I’ve found three efficient and dependable ways to earn VC without playing an actual game.

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MyLeague Simcast Live Every Day Keeps VC Coming Your Way

MyLeague can be one of the most lucrative modes in the game. Actually playing games can earn you close to 1,000 VC per contest. However, this article is about earning quickly and efficiently. Did you know that you still earn VC in MyLeague even when you simulate a game?

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Start a MyLeague with any team. Set the quarter length to 12 minutes. The difficulty setting doesn’t matter. Go to the in-mode calendar and simulate a game using Simcast Live. Make sure you turn the sim speed up to 6X.

Whether you participate in the simulation or not, you’ll still earn 400 VC for every game. It doesn’t even matter if your team wins or loses.

Gamers who work or are in school can simply start a MyLeague game each morning, afternoon or evening before they leave for the day. The simulation doesn’t require you to press any buttons to complete. When you return, you’ll have earned your VC. You could repeat the process before you go to bed.

It’s an easy way to ensure you earn at least 800 VC every day. If you’re concerned about your console being on all day, all you need to do is set it to go into sleep mode after being idle for 2 hours. The simulation doesn’t take that long to complete.

If you’re home, but just can’t get on the sticks at the time, you can potentially sim through a number of games earning 400 VC each time. If you complete an entire MyLeague season using this strategy, you will earn yourself 24,600 VC.

The MyNBA 2K18 App Will Show You The Fake Money

If you’re complaining about VC and don’t have the FREE MyNBA 2K18 application on your phone, you’re like a thirsty man at a water fountain who refuses to push the little button to have a drink.

The application practically gives you VC for simply logging on. There are prediction games based on the real NBA that you can play as well, and those carry more VC earning options. It’s possible to earn as much as 1,000 VC per day.

Answering 2KTV Questions Brings Virtual Prosperity

Last year’s game featured 38 episodes of 2KTV. Each of those episodes gives gamers an opportunity to earn VC for answering questions and participating in polls. You can usually earn close to 400 VC from the show, and it’s pretty informative overall.

The show runs once a week. If you used all three of these strategies in concert, you can realistically earn 13,000 VC per week without playing a single game. That’s not even counting what you can earn from picking up the controller and actually playing any of the VC-earning modes.

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