North Korean league to feature in FIFA 18

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10 September 2017

PYONGYANG, North Korea -- In a surprising announcement, EA Sports revealed that the next league to appear fully licensed in their cash cow football franchise will be the Highest Class Football League from North Korea.

We are excited to work with such highly renowned and prestigious league, and adding this league, which was requested by [[[nobody|a large part of our fanbase]] shows we listen to the opinions of our consumers, added the EA press release. As the producer of the worldwide best seller that is the FIFA series, we strive to add more content for our game, always doing our best to secure the most sought after leagues worldwide, as long as they're not from a certain place which flag features five blue stripes, four white stripes and a white cross on a blue field in the upper left corner. As displayed in the last seventeen years those consumers are not of our interest and their pledges of inclusion of their league in our game shall stay ignored because it's clear that the clubs in the league mentioned doesn't have the same prestige, recognition and performance in international competitions as the clubs from the Highest Class Football League of DPR Korea.

In a later breaking news by IGN, an inside source from EA Sports also revealed the producer is in advanced talks with the leagues from Afghanistan, San Marino, Gibraltar and the American Samoa, that will be added from FIFA 19 onwards.

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