EA could be the "Worst Company in America" this year
The Consumerist decided to go to Facebook and pit 32 businesses against each other in a vote off to see which company was viewed as the worst in the United States. Three of those companies are in the gaming industry (EA, Sony, and GameStop), but only one has a shot at the title, EA.
Sony lost out to them pretty early on with EA taking 81% of the vote. They would later knock off Best Buy and Comcast as they entered the Final Four. GameStop beat out Netflix early on, but couldn’t compete with Walmart. Now EA has to find a way to overcome AT&T and then finish off the winner between Walmart and BoA. Do you think they have what it takes to be the worst? Click on the photo to see the whole bracket.
I don't think that it's the worst company....but it hasn't been too friendly these days.
I think walmart should win. It has a pretty big history of shading stuff going on.
I just want to know why was microsoft not on there at all or Activision
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HA HA HA. I've been watching this for quite a while, but who knew it would turn out like this?
But the way that it is going, it surely will turn out to be the worst.
But ea has made such great games this year....
Lol yeap it's a contest of fanboyism. Which explains why Nintendo lost to Mojana whatever (Minecraft) which they also didn't release a game... I wish it was intellectual people voting not fan boys.
Wow, so it's between a company that hasn't brought out any game this past year and a company which basically is a DLC sellout?
Yay for valve
I think he's talking about EA Sports? If so then yes it's in Canada but EA in general is in California.
Mojang lost in the semi-finals it's Valve vs Bioware now.
more like IT SHOULD BE
Oh At&t only you would get booed at E3 when you were announced as the network for the Vita.
Not a big shocker there. EA has a really bad habit of selling things and then having the finger on the plug whenever they want. You don't own any games from EA. You are just renting them. At $60 a pop.
Incidentally The Escapist is having their own March Madness thing but this is for the best developer. Last year Mojang was seeded 16th and won, beating Valve in the finals. From the looks of things they will prolly do it again.
EDIT: Plus whatever EA charges for DLC...can't forget that.
That whole thing happened months ago. That's like decades in internet years. Everyone had their laugh and has long forgotten -_-
Wow: Nobody has mentioned "Ocean Marketing", the people who brought us Mr. "I wwebsite as on the internets!"?
Of course this was all picked at random I suppose...
Not quite. EA's headquarters are in California....
Bioware has offices in Canada if that's what you mean?
I would add Ubisoft to that list.
Joke's on me. I forgot about that whole fiasco. :(