So I've just read the following Kotaku article... Kotaku: Proposed EU Copyright Law Could Cause Problems For Fan Content In Games This is pretty worrying - because it is squarely aimed at removing user-created copyrighted content from games (that's every real club badge/kit out there). The one glimmer of hope that I have is that it's worded to apply to an in-game "store-front" type of distribution - so that built-in option file sharing solution I've suggested PES could feature for years (meaning no USB sticks etc.) would no longer be allowed. But if this becomes law, I bet it wouldn't take long for the unlicensed teams to point at PES option files and say "how come you're not clamping down on THIS copyright content, your honour?" - and it'd be Sony pulling the plug, not Konami. Scary.