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Consumers have played FIFA 23 for 15.7bn minutes to date

Firm reveals that the soccer game has amassed 1.7bn matches and cover athlete Sam Kerr is the top women's scorer

EA Sports reveals that 23 days after FIFA 23 launched consumers have played the game for 15.7 billion minutes to date.

The firm provided other statistics which include that users have spent 15.7 billion minutes playing the game.

Consumers have also amassed 1.7 billion matches since its release.

Additionally, cover athlete Sam Kerr's Chelsea Women has been the most used women's soccer team in the title.

The top three women's scorers among players currently are Sam Kerr, Fran Kirby, and Marie-Antoinette Katoto.

Whereas on the men's side Marcus Rashford, Kylian Mbappé and Darwin Núñez lead as the top three scoring athletes.

EA Sports adds that FIFA 23 users have scored a total 4.3 billion goals as well.

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