The agent of golfer Tiger Woods has reportedly told EPSN that he's engaged in negotiations to sell his client's video game rights.
It was announced on Monday that EA Sports and Woods had chosen to end a 15-year business partnership that began with the release of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 99 in 1998.
Agent Mark Steinberg said: "We had an incredible run. Outside of [John] Madden, you would be hard pressed to find a sports figure that meant as much to a video game company as Tiger meant to EA. But times are changing and EA had to re-evaluate the partnership, and frankly so did we."
The Tiger Woods PGA Tour franchise generated lifetime revenue of $771 million, according to retail monitor NPD Group.
On Monday, EA Sports said: "Moving forward, we will continue to work with the PGA Tour exclusively to create groundbreaking golfing titles and our partnership remains strong."
The company also confirmed the development - and revealed the first screenshot - of its debut next-gen entry in the series.