EA voted “Worst Company in America”, again

In March 2013, it was revealed that video game giant Electronic Arts had been nominated for the Worst Company in America award for the 2013 annual Consumerist awards. Well, EA have come away with the not-so-desirable award for the second year in a row.

EA were among nominees such as PayPal, Bank of America, AT&T, Ticket Master, and Comcast.

The nominees were put onto a versus-style ladder match, with each company advancing if they get the most votes.

EA managed to beat out US investment company ABInBev, Facebook, AT&T and Bank of America in the final face-off to see who was disliked the most.

Like the other nominees in the WCIA bracket, EA has been said to have failed to deliver products people want and like, selling products at a unreasonable price, and not supporting the products it sold.

EA Golden Poo Award 2013
EA Golden Poo Award 2013

Article courtesy of MyGaming.

Source: Consumerist

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