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EA Sports Predicts Spain Will Win the 2010 FIFA World Cup


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And the FIFA World Cup Trophy goes to ? Spain! EA today declared the winner of the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa. Using the market-leading EA SPORTS soccer engine that drives 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa on the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360 videogame and entertainment system, EA was able to simulate the 2010 FIFA World Cup and test all 32 teams under the same conditions they will face in the weeks ahead. It was determined that Spain will defeat Brazil 3-1 at Soccer City on July 11 to win its first World Cup.

EA SPORTS 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa, the officially licensed videogame of the World Cup, predicted the following placements:

? World Champion: Spain

? World Cup Final: Spain 3 Brazil 1

? 1st team to be eliminated: South Africa

? Golden Boot winner: David Villa (Spain), 7 goals

? Golden Ball winner: Kaka (Brazil)

EA SPORTS? 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa? results:

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England beaten on penalties again :laugh:

and Beckham LAUNCHES it over the top bar...

spain is my pick to win it, so EA is just solidifying my pic :)

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Amazing how EA still haven't fixed the motion capture for how players celebrate holding the trophy. That player is still holding the trophy with an upside down elbow!

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But Spain won't win win it. They will have to beat Portugal, Italy, Argentina and Brazil in four consecutive matches to lift the cup, which is highly unlikely.

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