EA Sports removed Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo's image from a photo of the FIFA 19 video game cover on its website on Friday.
The decision comes on the heels of the reopening of an investigation by the Las Vegas police into an allegation by American woman Kathryn Mayorga that Ronaldo raped her in a hotel room in 2009.
Juventus's record signing Cristiano Ronaldo completed his move from Real Madrid and remains keen to help his new club win their first Champions League title in over two decades.
Ronaldo, who joined the Turin-based club from Real Madrid on a four-year contract for £99m, said he did not want to stay in his comfort zone after winning three consecutive Champions League titles with the Spanish club.
Cristiano Ronaldo has told Real Madrid he wants to quit the club as he is unhappy playing football in Spain.
The news comes just days after he was accused of tax evasion which the Portuguese strongly denies.
"The simple facts are that Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy at playing in Spain at the moment," Solhekol said on Sky Sports News.
"If you remember just in the past few days, Spanish prosecutors have accused him of avoiding €15m in tax by using offshore companies to divert his image rights payments.
Cristiano Ronaldo scored a hat trick in his second straight Champions League game as Real Madrid swept aside city rivals Atletico 3-0 at the Bernabeu in the first leg of their semifinal on Tuesday night.
Ronaldo had taken his tally of European goals to 100 in the quarterfinal win over Bayern Munich, which included a second-leg treble, and was once more the man for the big occasion to put the holders within touching distance of the final again.
Real Madrid forward Cristiano Ronaldo became the first player in history to reach 100 goals in European competition after his brace in the side’s 2-1 win against Bayern Munich on Wednesday.
Zinedine Zidane’s side were trailing going into the interval but a double from Ronaldo in the second half gave the La Liga giants the advantage heading into the second leg at the Bernabeu.
Football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo jetted in to open the international airport named after himself today – and was greeted by a bizarre bust supposed to depict him.
Ronaldo attended the official renaming ceremony that saw Madeira International Airport renamed after the Real Madrid star as a tribute to the island’s biggest hero.
The Portugal star was raised on Madeira and his family still live on the island he calls home, despite leaving to start his football career at the age of 16.
Portugal star football Cristiano Ronaldo is coming under fire after he threw a television reporter's microphone in a lake.
The reporter believes negative press might have been the reason for his reaction.
Diogo Torres of CMTV tried to conduct a live interview with the Portugal forward early on Wednesday when the incident happened.
Portugal is preparing for their final Group F game against Hungary later in the day.