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Electronic Arts shortlisted for Consumerist's Worst Company In America tournament

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EA makes the Worst Company in America shortlist

The Consumerist — a consumer affairs blog owned by Consumer Media LLC — is running its annual reader-voted Worst Company in America Tournament, and Electronic Arts is back on the list.

The publisher and developer topped the reader poll last year to be voted worst company in America by Consumerist's readers. The company's response to the poll can be read here. This year's tournament has the publisher going up against companies like AT&T, Facebook, Microsoft, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Comcast, Walmart, United Airlines, FedEx and more.

According to Consumerist, voting will be open tomorrow. It is unclear what criteria is used to determine which companies qualify as being "the worst in America." More information can be found here.

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