How do I get my NBA Live Mobile account back?

How do I recover my NBA Live Mobile account?

Re: Lost my NBA Live Mobile Account

The best thing to do is contact EA Support through this link: https://help.ea.com/ . Provide them with your UserID and explain what happened with your account. They will be able to assist you with this problem.

How do I find my NBA Live Mobile ID?

Here’s how to find it:

  1. On the home screen, slide open the left menu.
  2. Tap the Settings (gear or cogwheel) icon. You’ll see your User ID (UID) in the top right of the Settings window.

Will NBA Live come back?

While NBA Live went dormant in 2019, Axios reports that the sports giant is working on “next-generation” basketball games that could revive EA’s fortunes in the space. … If EA’s projects reach fruition, they will be its first foray into the space since NBA Live 19’s release in 2018.

How do you transfer a guest account on Madden mobile?

You can’t use a guest account on a different device, guest accounts are tied to a specific device. The only way to use your account on multiple devices is to link it to a Facebook, Google+, or Game Center account.

Does NBA Live still exist?

NBA Live is a series of basketball video games published by EA Sports. … Even with WNBA teams being added into NBA Live 18 for the first time in the series, sales continued to decline, with NBA Live 19 being the final confirmed release, and eventually leading to the cancellation of NBA Live 20 and 21.

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Is EA done making NBA Live?

EA isn’t done making basketball video games just yet. … NBA Live 2020 was canceled, and a new game in the series hasn’t been released since. However, a bit of hope emerged in August 2021 when Venture Beat’s Jeff Grubb claimed NBA Live could return as a free-to-play title.

Are NBA Live servers still up?

The NBA Live 16 servers will be shutting down on October 19th 2020 at 11 AM EST, as per a new in-game notification. … EA Sports has been shutting down the servers for older NBA Live games over the past twelve months, as the number of gamers still playing them has continued to dwindle.