2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa, Battlefield: Bad Company 2 and Scrabble on the Apple iPad helped EA make tons of money during its first quarter ended 30th June.
EA Sports has predicted that Spain will win the real-life football World Cup this summer.
EA's 2010 FIFA World Cup has made a fleeting appearance in the Japanese software chart this week.
A poor week for new releases sees few new entries in the UK all-formats chart, but then displacing EA's 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa this close to the real-life sporting event was always going to be a tall task, and the EA game remains number one.
The 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa game has raced to the top of the UK all-formats chart. PS3 sales were greater than on Xbox 360 by one per cent (48 to 47).
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EA's 2010 FIFA World Cup demo is today's star attraction on the PS3 Store.
A demo of EA's new FIFA World Cup game will be released tomorrow on PlayStation Network and Xbox Live.
Peter Moore has spoken of digitising and monetising Madden and EA Sports games, suggesting that his department be the next to employ "Project Ten Dollar" measures.
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As expected, EA has this morning lifted the lid on the 2010 FIFA World Cup videogame.
EA's lifted the lid on the official 2010 FIFA World Cup videogame and promises to release the first screenshot tomorrow.
"The first screenshot of 2010 FIFA World Cup will be posted live at www.facebook.com/EASPORTSFIFA," Tweeted EA Sports.
The existence of the game is as unsurprising as a yearly update to the core FIFA series, but nevertheless, this is the first EA has publicly spoken of it.