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Tiger Woods, EA Sports end video-game relationship

EA Sports' popular PGA Tour game will no longer be named for Tiger Woods as the company and world No. 1 golfer made a "mutual decision to end our partnership."

Company to work with PGA Tour on next golf title

EA Sports' popular golf game has been named for Tiger Woods since it first came out in 1998. The company says it has ended its 15-year business relationship with Woods. (Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images/File)

EA Sports' popular PGA Tour game will no longer be named for Tiger Woods.

The company announced on its blog that it and Woods have made a "mutual decision to end our partnership" and that the company would keep working with the PGA Tour on its next golf title.

EA Sports' popular golf game has been named for Tiger Woods since it first came out in 1998. This year's game, titled "Tiger Woods PGA Tour 14," will be the last one to bear his name.

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