A yearly tradition by The Consumerist, the "Worst Company in America" competition pits various companies from different industries in a head-to-head battle where votes from readers decides who wins and who goes home. A few weeks ago, we reported that Sony and EA were facing off in a battle that EA eventually won. The winning didn't stop there, and now EA has the dubious title of "Worst Company in America."
EA had some stiff competition as it had to defeat Bank of America, you know that company that was one of main players in the U.S. financial crisis causing thousands of homes to be foreclosed and is now so big that it's "too big to fail." Yup, that Bank of America couldn't compete with EA's harsh tactics, or maybe the Mass Effect 3 complainers decided to focus on the publisher of the game they've grown to loathe. In any case, EA will receive the Golden Poo trophy from The Consumerist along with three different color pillows for the trophy that are exactly the same.
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Source: The Consumerist