Jun 19, 2014
The FIFA World Cup. You may have heard of it. You may have even heard that it kicked off last week in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
What you may not have heard, however, is that Actozsoft has updated free-to-play management sim One For Eleven with a new game mode called World Nations Cup – a tournament that allows real-world players from around the globe to manage their national team.
A bidding process took place last week and all managers were chosen. Each manager has been competing for glory since, and there are now just 32 teams left in the competition.
Actozsoft would like to share information about the current status of the competition, including the 32 teams that are still standing. Remember: all of the information below is based on participation from real-world players.
According to Actozsoft, then, Japan and Panama stand the best chance of advancing from Group A, while France has the best chance of advancing from Group B, Likewise, Vietnam and Bosnia and Herzegovina are top dogs in Group C and Group D respectively, while the Netherlands holds that honor in Group E.
Australia, Tunisia, and Belgium are expected to top their respective groups, too.
Actozsoft believes that Group A is the deadliest group. This is due to Japan and Panama – both of which have a high attack ability and high-ranking goalkeepers.
That being said, Actozsoft believes that the Netherlands will be the overall winner of the World Nations Cup, with France and Belgium likely to ï¬nish as runners up.
This article is sponsored as part of Steel Media Preferred Partners.