FIFA and EA announce the first eWorld Cup

Esports are showing no sign of slowing down, as the segment continues to grow. Today, EA and FIFA announced their intentions to replicate one of the world’s greatest athletic events in the world

Player’s Lounge Hosts Live Video Game Competitions At Your Favorite Bar

While FIFA tournaments have always been a popular ad-hoc activity among gaming communities, a new startup is hoping to add a social component and turn these tournaments into an actual business. Founde

‘Air Conditioned’ 2022 World Cup In Jeopardy As Players' Union Calls For Winter Tournament

<img src="" />We're still a hot 11+ years away from <a HREF="

Will Japan Get To Host The First ‘Next-Generation’ (And 3D!) World Cup in 2022?

<img src="" />Fifa's bigwigs are currently in Zurich listening to numerous bids to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups. A sort of, “Pl

EA Sports To Be ‘Official Video Game Partner’ Of Vancouver Whitecaps MLS Team

<img src="" />Unfortunately, I've exhausted all of my Clásico references <a HREF="

Soccer Governing Body To Hear From Goal-line Technology Providers Today, Will Make Final Decision In March

<img src="" />Who can forget the acrimony, not to mention the utter embarrassment, that followed <a HREF="

Theoretical Pro Evolution Soccer, FIFA Demo Showdown

<img src="" />The European soccer season is well under way, and that could mean only one thing: the new <i>FIFA</i> and <i>PES</i> game

Remembering the 2010 Fifa World Cup

<img src="" />Spain now have a star on their shirt. I'm not exaggerating when I say that my limbs were numb and my mouth was dry duri

Nasa, with nothing better to do anymore, chimes in on the Jabulani debate

<img src="" />And now <a HREF="">Nasa</a> hates <a HREF="

Stats show the ‘good’ Nike T90 Ascente is nearly identical to the World Cup's ‘bad’ Adidas Jabulani: So what gives?

Credit to Pocket-lint, a fine site, for comparing the Adidas Jabulani, the ball that’s used in the World Cup, and the Nike T90 Ascente, the ball that’s used in the English, Spanish, and It

FIFA apologizes for Lampard's World Cup no-goal, will discuss the introduction of goal-line technology at next meeting

<img src="" /><a HREF="">Fifa</a> President Sepp Blatter has apologized (!) for the terrible referrin

FIFA responds to requests for goal-line technology: ‘We already said no.’

<img src="" /><a HREF="">Fifa </a>, world soccer's organizing body, has responded to requests for <a

Video: World Cup's England-Germany proves once and for all that FIFA needs goal line technology immediately

Dear Fifa, Please wake up and smell the coffee: we need goal line technology, and we need it now. England’s Frank Lampard just had a 100 percent legitimate goal stricken from the record by some

FIFA says it will investigate the Jabulani ball after the World Cup. Maybe it should investigate itself while it's at it?

<img src="" />Sitting here watching Uruguay's Luís Suárez bury the ball into the back of the net (his second goal = !!!), I'm thinking

Only one game per matchday will be in 3D during the World Cup

<img src="" />More info on <a HREF="">Sony</a> and <a HREF="">FIF

Messi: You know you're good when people compare you to a PlayStation!

<img src="" />How do you know when you're a great athlete? Oh, I don't know, maybe when the top-tier manager of the opposing te

FIFA explains why it's so anti-technology: Wants to keep things equal, maintain human element

<img src="" /> Sepp Blatter (left), the FIFA president, has explained why there won't be <a HREF="

Why are we so afraid of technology 'ruining' soccer? It's not like technology hasn't been all over the sport since its inception.

<img src="" />There's a myth out there that technology will ruin soccer, what Pelé (and others) once called "the beautiful game.

FIFA officially rules out using goal line technology at this year's World Cup. In other news, FIFA is dumb.

<img src="" />Is FIFA the worst organization on the planet? I'd say so. World soccer bigwigs have concluded a meeting in Zur

Sony will film the 2010 FIFA World Cup in 3D

<img src="" />Tomorrow is the big day, fellow football fans. That's when FIFA announces the full brackets for next year's World Cup, to
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