EA Sports have been predicting the winners of the Football World Cup for four consecutive years now, and this year they have done it again. This time, they predicted that Argentina would win the 2022 World Cup, and it has come true. In this article, we will take a look at how EA Sports used FIFA to make their prediction and how their prediction turned out to be slightly different from the actual results.
EA Sports used FIFA 23 to analyze the 2022 World Cup and concluded that Argentina would win. This was the fourth consecutive time that EA Sports had predicted the winner of the World Cup correctly, with Spain in 2010, Germany in 2014, and France in 2018 being the previous three. The prediction assumed that Argentina and Brazil would meet each other in the grand finals, but in reality, such a situation could have already occurred in the semifinals. However, Brazil lost in the quarterfinals to Croatia.
EA Sports also used FIFA 23 to create a layout of the knockout stage ladder, which turned out to be slightly different from the actual one. The prediction was based on the assumption that Argentina and Brazil would both advance from the first places in their groups, which did not turn out to be the case. This slight difference in the prediction was the only one, as the overall prediction of Argentina winning the 2022 World Cup came true.
The accuracy of EA Sports' predictions is quite remarkable, and it is likely that they will continue to predict the winners of the World Cup in the future. This is because they are able to use the data and analysis provided by FIFA 23 to accurately predict the outcome of the tournament.
This accuracy is quite remarkable, and it is likely that EA Sports will continue to make accurate predictions in the future.