EA is cutting Russian teams from its FIFA and NHL games over the Ukraine invasion

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Gaming consoles where visitors can try out the “Fifa 19” video game are seen at the booth of EA Sports during the Gamescom convention in 2019 in Cologne, Germany. Christophe Gateau/DPA/AFP via Getty Images

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The video game giant Electronic Arts announced Wednesday that it’s removing Russian teams from some of its sports games amid the country’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine.

“We stand with the people of Ukraine and join the voices around the world calling for peace,” one of

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