Finding the right balance for goalkeepers has proved to be a tricky business in the FIFA series. Many FIFA 21 players criticized the goalkeepers for being unable to keep out shots their real-life counterparts would stop easily. This led to games finishing with unrealistic scorelines like 6-5 very often.
Ukrainian police have seized a total of 3800 PS4s along with various pieces of electronics and documents that were being used to farm FIFA Ultimate Team accounts to be sold on the black market. Though there were also 500 video cards and 50 processors, police initially reported that the operation was a cryptocurrency mining farm. A nearby company discovered the operation housed in one of its former warehouses after they found it was stealing electricity from the premises.
Ukrainian business newspaper Delo investigated the matter and found that the operation was using PCs controlling PS4 Slims in order to farm in-game currency. Players usually earn these FUT coins by playing the game and use them to bid on in-game auction houses for rare player cards. After loading up the FIFA accounts with coins through botting, the operation would then sell these coins off on the black market in exchange for cash.