An EA employee has allegedly been caught selling rare FUT cards

An Electronic Arts employee has allegedly been caught selling rare FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) cards.

According to unconfirmed reports, the employee sold FIFA 21 Icon and Team of the Year cards in packages costing in excess of €1,000 ($1,191).

Messages claiming to show a conversation in which an EA employee discusses selling FUT cards for real cash can be seen in the tweet below from FUTArcade.

In the messages, the alleged EA employee explains to the potential customer that players are paying people thousands of dollars just to list valuable Icon Moments cards like Ruud Gullit and the Brazilian Ronaldo on the transfer market, so they can then be bought with in-game Coins.

They go on to explain that the packs they’re selling are available in two versions: one containing three Icons for €750 ($893), and one with three Icons and two Team of the Year players for €1,000 ($1,191).

It appears that the employee is offering to use the customer’s PlayStation or EA ID to directly add the packs to their in-game account.

Following the allegations, the hashtag #EAGate started trending on Wednesday.

FIFA 21 streamer Nick28T also posted images and video footage which may offer further evidence of an EA employee selling rare FUT cards for real world money.

Icon Moments and Team of the Year cards are among the rarest in FIFA 21. Icons give players classic legends in their team, ranging from Pele and Maradona to Kenny Dalglish and Eric Cantona. Icon Moments are even rarer versions of these, with boosted stats.

Team of the Year players, meanwhile, are a special group of cards that were released in January and contain the best players from 2020, all with heavily boosted stats.

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Wow pretty crazy story wish I would have had this guys number lmao

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