More than 10,000 college football players have already opted in for EA Sports College Football 25, the new EA Sports video game set to launch this summer, which will feature the athletes and pay them through a name, image and likeness deal.

EA Sports reached 10,000 opt-ins Friday night, just eight days after opening the process to players at FBS programs, a spokesman for the company told ESPN. Each player who opts in to have their name, image and likeness used will receive $600 and a copy of the game, valued at around $70.

By surpassing 10,000 opt-ins, EA Sports has reached 87% of its goal for the game, which will feature teams with 85-man rosters.

Although the roster size is in line with the scholarship limits for FBS teams, non-scholarship athletes can opt in through an app on their phone. Athletes set up a profile and review the offer before deciding whether or not to opt in. They must be on the current roster have valid school email addresses to opt in. EA Sports is working with the schools to verify names.