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FIFA 15 ranks second in UK Chart

It’s fourth week in a row for EA’s action gaming title ‘Battlefield Hardline’ as the No. 1 title in the UK gaming charts. FIFA 15 ranks second in the chart, which is my favorite video game and cost most of my money to buy fifa world coins every week.

Even with a 56 per cent fall in week-on-week sales, the shooter continued to hold its position at the top of the charts.

FIFA 15 climbed two places to second position, followed by GTA 5 which came in at No.3 owing to a sales drop of 39 per cent. Far Cry 4 climbed up one place to No.4 as does Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare at No.5. Meanwhile, Bloodborne fall three places to No.6.

FIFA 15 ranks second in UK Chart

Forza Horizon 2 climbed up to No.7 all thanks to strong sales of Xbox One hardware bundles, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection slipped one place to No.8.

Rounding off the top ten were Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Minecraft: Xbox Edition at No. 9 and No. 10 positions respectively.

Here’s the top 20 UKIE Games Chart, compiled by GfK Chart-Track, for the week ending April 11, 2015-

1. BATTLEFIELD HARDLINE
2. FIFA 15
3. GRAND THEFT AUTO V
4. FAR CRY 4
5. CALL OF DUTY: ADVANCED WARFARE
6. BLOODBORNE
7. FORZA HORIZON 2
8. BORDERLANDS: THE HANDSOME COLLECTION
9. HALO: THE MASTER CHIEF COLLECTION
10. MINECRAFT: XBOX EDITION
11. DYING LIGHT
12. WWE 2K15
13. DESTINY
14. MINECRAFT: PLAYSTATION EDITION
15. DARK SOULS 2: SCHOLAR OF THE FIRST SIN
16. DISNEY INFINITY 2.0
17. TERRARIA
18. RIDE
19. THE ORDER: 1886
20. LEGO BATMAN 3: BEYOND GOTHAM

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20 Apr 2015

FIFA 15 Player Uses Luis Suarez to Kick Someone in the Face

FIFA 15 Player Uses Luis Suarez to Kick Someone in the Face

This funny clip from one of the FIFA games was posted by the guys at The SPORT Bible. A player use Luis Suarez to kick someone in the face and wins penalty, you can buy Luis Suarez with your fifa world coins and have a try.

In it, Luis Suarez, still at Liverpool, kicks Everton’s Phil Jagielka full in the face.

Ouch—but in pixelated form, it’s funny too.

Funnier still is the fact that Liverpool earned a penalty in the incident.

Judging by the kits and the advertising boards, it is clear the clip is from FIFA 14, so let’s hope EA Sports fixed the bug for FIFA 15.

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17 Apr 2015

2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Team: Ellis released the roster

CHICAGO, Runme (April 14, 2015) – With 55 days until the USA’s opening match of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, U.S. Women’s National Team head coach Jill Ellis has named the 23 players who will represent the United States on women’s soccer’s grandest stage, visit Runeme.com for more women football news.

U.S. captain Christie Rampone has been named to her fifth Women’s World Cup roster, tying Kristine Lilly for most World Cups for an American player, man or woman. Midfielder Shannon Boxx and forward Abby Wambach will be playing in their fourth World Cups while Carli Lloyd, Hope Solo and Heather O’Reilly make their third Women’s World Cup roster. Ellis named eight players who will be participating for the first time and nine who will be participating for the second time.

2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup Team: Ellis released the roster

The roster, which features three goalkeepers, eight defenders, seven midfielders and five forwards, is the product of nearly 11 months of player evaluation since Ellis was named head coach in May of 2014. During that time, she has been on the bench for 23 international matches (including two as interim coach before being officially named head coach) and has seen 34 players in training camps, 29 in international matches and many more in NWSL matches. Ellis selected 14 players who were part of the 2012 Olympic gold medal-winning team in London.

“The players selected have the confidence, experience and desire to help us win a world championship,” said Ellis. “We had an excellent group to pick from and at the end of the last camp, I complemented all the players on how much they pushed each other and competed to make this selection challenging.”

The Women’s World Cup roster will make up the squad for the USA’s final three matches before departing for Canada. The three-match Send-Off Series takes place in May and will start when USA faces the Republic of Ireland on Sunday, May 10, at 11:30 a.m. PT at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California, the new home of Major League Soccer’s San Jose Earthquakes. From there, the USA will travel down the coast for its second Send-Off Series match, facing Mexico on Sunday, May 17, at 6 p.m. PT at StubHub Center in Carson, California. Both California matches will be broadcast on FOX Sports 1.

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15 Apr 2015

Chris Wondolowski chosen as the key player for Match vs. Mexico

SAN JOSE, Calif, Runme – San Jose Earthquakes forward Chris Wondolowski was among 22 players called to United States Men’s National Team by head coach Jurgen Klinsmann for the match against Mexico on Wednesday, April 15 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, visit Runeme.com for more football news.

The match kicks off at 5:30 p.m. PT live on FOX Sports 1, UniMas and Univision Deportes Network.

Wondolowski has made two appearances this year for the United States and now has 27 career caps and nine career goals for his country. He appeared in a 3-2 loss to Chile on Jan. 28 and a 2-0 win against Panama on Feb. 8.

Chris Wondolowski chosen as the key player for Match vs. Mexico

With the game occurring outside of an official FIFA international fixture date, the U.S. roster is mostly comprised of players that compete with North America-based clubs. Fourteen players play their trade in MLS, while league rival Liga MX contributes five to the group.

The U.S. contingent, which continues preparations for the 2015 CONCACAF Gold Cup, includes nine players from the 2014 FIFA World Cup roster.

Klinsmann’s side has not lost to their archrivals since he took the helm in the summer of 2011, going 2-0-3 in that span. The results including the USA’s first victory against Mexico at Estadio Azteca, and the 0-0 draw away in qualifying for the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

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13 Apr 2015

FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Legends XI: Robbie Fowler

FIFA 15 News – To celebrate the 40th birthday of Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler, EA Sports announced Fowler’s personally selected FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Legends squad yesterday, more FIFA 15 Guides and News on Runeme.com.

Following current Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers’ tactics, Fowler opts for three at the back with wing-backs on either flank.

Interestingly, ‘God’ (as Liverpool fans refer to him) decided to pick Manchester United legend Peter Schmeichel to play in between the sticks.

FIFA 15 Ultimate Team Legends XI: Robbie Fowler

With Fowler himself being the only Englishman to make the XI, the striker revealed that Gary Neville was the only compatriot who came close to making the cut – but even then, De Boer pipped him to it.

There isn’t even any room for his old mate Steven Gerrard as Patrick Viera, Lothar Matthaus and Luis Figo are selected to run the midfield.

Who partners Robbie up front, then? Ian Rush? Kenny Dalglish? Nope, it’s Marco Van Basten, a player Fowler himself admits “has a bit of man crush on”.

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10 Apr 2015

Africa countries will vote for Sepp Blatter

Runme – Every one of Africa’s 54 member countries will vote for Sepp Blatter in next month’s FIFA presidential election, the continent’s soccer boss said on Tuesday, referring to the 79-year-old Swiss as “dear Sepp.” Visit Runeme.com for more football news and some informations about Blatter.

In front of Blatter’s three challengers, Issa Hayatou, president of the Confederation of African Football, promised unanimous support in his speech to open CAF’s annual congress in Cairo.

African football leaders applauded his pledge in apparent agreement.

“Africa is comfortable having you. Africa stays with you,” Hayatou said to Blatter, according to a transcript of his comments provided by CAF.

Africa countries will vote for Sepp Blatter

Blatter was present in his role as FIFA president, and made a speech to the delegates, where he praised Hayatou as “a pillar” of African football, according to CAF.

“I’m a happy man,” Blatter said.

Africa is the largest of the six continental confederations and has 54 of the 209 FIFA member countries eligible to vote in the presidential election in Zurich on May 29.

Although the individual countries don’t have to follow Hayatou’s directive, the continent is expected to be a strong base of support for Blatter when he seeks a fifth term to extend a presidency that began in 1998.

FIFA vice president Prince Ali bin al-Hussein of Jordan, Dutch FA head Michael van Praag, and former Portugal international Luis Figo are standing against him.

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08 Apr 2015

Qatar 2022 is a great opportunity to real estate

Runme – Twenty-two new real estate firms were established in Qatar in 2014, as businesses seek to cash in on the pre-2022 FIFA World Cup construction boom, more about the real estate on Runeme.com.

The new companies have a total capital value running into tens of billions of dollars, The Peninsula reported on Sunday.

Real estate is one of the most lucrative sectors of the Qatari economy; investments in residential properties yielded eight percent returns in 2014, and those in commercial and administrative assets yielded 15 percent — the highest in the region, according to the newspaper.

Qatar 2022 is a great opportunity to real estate

In particular, government spending on infrastructure projects ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and volatility in oil and gas prices, has boosted the construction industry.

Meanwhile, the government has taken measures to support local property companies in an attempt to tackle housing shortages, the newspaper said. Last year a senior investment executive told Construction Week’s sister publication Arabian Business that slums would form in Doha if the city does not immediately address its affordable housing shortage. And Colliers International reported in December that rents had skyrocketed 14 percent because of a shortage of new homes.

However, the commercial property market is expected to remain bullish as hundreds of new companies set up shop in Qatar, pushing up demand for commercial space.

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06 Apr 2015

Asia’s long road to the next Men’s Olympic Football Tournament

The next Men’s Olympic Football Tournament began last Thursday as 43 sides, split into ten groups, according to Runme, battled to earn one of the 16 places in next January’s 2016 AFC U-23 Championship, which also serves as the qualifier for Rio 2016, more details on Runeme.com, you will be satisfied.

The eight-day qualifying competition saw 13 teams, namely nine group winners and four best runners-up, progress to join hosts Qatar in the continental finals. The only undecided group, featuring Jordan, Kuwait, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan and Turkmenistan, has been postponed for security reasons. Join FIFA.com as we review the action across Asia.

The match
Iraq 2-2 Oman

In a campaign where all group top seeds sealed top qualifying spots, Group B proved among the hardest fought. Indeed, favourites Iraq left it late with only a 2-2 draw against hosts Oman in their last match to seal their progression as section winners. The Athens 2004 semi-finalists opened brightly with three straight wins against Lebanon (4-1), Maldives (7-1) and Bahrain (2-0), results that left them on the verge of progression ahead of the decisive final game.

Asia's long road to the next Men's Olympic Football Tournament

The Omanis, meanwhile, bounced back from their opening 1-1 stalemate against Bahrain to record two resounding victories against Lebanon (4-0) and Maldives (5-0) to maintain pressure on the Iraqis. Had the Omanis secured a result with a 3-0 scoreline or better, they would have gone through at Iraq’s expense. With so much at stake, however, it was the Iraqis that proved to be the better side, jumping out to a 2-0 lead on 47 minutes, which left the rivals’ two late goals a mere consolation.

The surprise
Saudi Arabia 0-0 Afghanistan

Saudi Arabia started their group play with a 1-0 victory against Palestine. However, the heavily favoured side were made to sweat against Afghanistan in a goalless draw, which suddenly put their campaign in jeopardy. Despite the setback, the Saudis fought back to rout Nepal 6-0 as they still harboured hopes entering the decider against hosts Iran.

The home side, for their part, had so far maintained their unblemished record and needed just a point to claim the section. Knowing that nothing but a victory was able to see them through, however, the Saudis showed much-improved form against the Iranians with goals from Al Ittihad winger Abdulfattah Asiri and Abdulrahman Al-Ghamdi securing them a much-needed 2-1 win.

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02 Apr 2015

EA says substantial criticism to FUT market changes is “wide of the mark”

Some gamers may think, “Thank God, I’ve been waiting months for that.” And then there are times when a developer makes a change that causes you to have an aneurysm, with a bleeding nose not unlike a classic Japanese anime. More FIFA 15 Guides and News on Runeme.com.

“We want to keep the game fair and secure for everyone, and ensure a level playing field for all [FIFA Ultimate Team] fans,” EA wrote in a blog post explaining the changes. “To accomplish this we have to root out the activities of coin farmers and cheaters who are harming your experience with the game.”

EA says substantial criticism to FUT market changes is “wide of the mark”

“These exploiters generate coins illegitimately in the FUT economy through the use of bots and phishing scams, creating a flood of fraudulent in-game currency and driving up the cost of players on the Transfer Market,” the developer added.

Conversely, there are players that were purchased for a great deal before the cap was introduced that now cannot be sold even at their minimum, because the minimum is a stark amount of coins – coins that players don’t have, because they can no longer ship their players without the ease of open-bid auctions.

The Guardian has gone to the trouble of asking a few YouTubers, dedicated to the FUT cause, their opinion. It’s well worth the longer read, although it should be noted that the intricacies of FUT, and the market in particular, are not as simple as some of you might be imagining.

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31 Mar 2015

FIFA 15: new price ranges in Ultimate Team

FIFA 15 News – EA Sports has addressed recent changes to pricing in Fifa 15′s Ultimate Team, and the backlash from numerous angry fans. The move was made to combat illegal coin farmers and sellers and “level the playing field” for all players. More details about new price ranges on Runeme.com.

“FIFA Ultimate Team (FUT) should be fair and fun for every player,” reads their blog post. “What are we trying to achieve with these changes? It’s simple – we want to keep the game fair and secure for everyone, and ensure a level playing field for all FUT fans.”

Ultimate Team is the wildly popular game mode, introduced in Fifa 13, which tasks people with building teams of players which come in the form of tradeable cards unlocked from packs which can be earned and purchased. Players not needed can be sold in the game’s online market for coins, the game’s currency which can be used to purchase packs and players.

FIFA 15: new price ranges in Ultimate Team

“To accomplish this,” continues the blog, “We have to root out the activities of coin farmers and cheaters who are harming your experience with the game. These exploiters generate coins illegitimately in the FUT economy through the use of bots and phishing scams, creating a flood of fraudulent in-game currency and driving up the cost of players on the Transfer Market.”

Price ranges were introduced which vary from Xbox to PlayStation to PC depending on the intricacies of those platforms’ individual economies. EA also took down access to the transfer market through the web and companion apps, which they say was being exploited by farmers. They hope to have access back online “as quickly as possible”.

Fifa Ultimate Team has proven a huge money-spinner for EA on top of the annual success of the game it forms a part of. The mode will undoubtedly return in Fifa 16 later this year.

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28 Mar 2015