The NCAA’s restrictions that prevent student athletes from getting certain perks related to their education were ruled to be in violation of anti-trust laws by the Supreme Court on Monday.
Student athletes will now be allowed to get computers, musical instruments, and science equipment they need for their education from their college. They can also be paid for internships.
The lawsuits against the NCAA have been going on since 2014, and were consolidated into one case.
Two lower courts ruled against the NCAA, and the Supreme Court unanimously upheld those rulings.
Some experts think the ruling may open a door to more compensation for student athletes, including the allowance of endorsements or even salaries for athletes.
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