Madden hotline fields 1,000 calls as it opens to take fans’ ratings complaints

Having a problem with one of the ratings in EA Sports’ Madden NFL 23? Now there’s a place to get rid of your ailments that isn’t social media.

The company launched a ratings hotline on Thursday for fans, players of the game, and theoretically real NFL players to call to complain or make other comments about the latest Madden ratings, which were announced earlier this month.

EA Sports said that some people calling might be able to speak live with one of the adjusters, and if their arguments are valid and proven, there’s a chance feedback could influence a player’s rating change.

Emma Waldren, an associate in Madden’s content strategy and partnerships department, tweeted Thursday night that the hotline received 1,000 calls in its first day of operation.

Madden NFL 23 released its ratings in July with four players with a rating of 99, the highest rating in the game. Los Angeles Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald was a member of the 99 Club for the sixth straight year and was joined by Las Vegas Raiders receiver Davante Adams, Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, and left tackle Trent Williams San Francisco 49ers supported.

Tom Brady was the top-rated quarterback in the game with a 97 overall rating, followed by Aaron Rodgers with a 96 overall rating. Madden hotline fields 1,000 calls as it opens to take fans’ ratings complaints

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