The number one seed, Electronic Arts, was upset today in a tight runoff, ultimately getting the two-time champion knocked out of the race for Worst Company in America 2014.

The loss comes of the heels of a relatively successful Titanfall launch but with points coming from the ongoing FUBAR that is Battlefield 4 which ought to have all its bugs worked out just in time for next year's release. Time Warner brought the pain late with high cable bills and pending merger with former Worst Company in America champion Comcast.

If EA-DICE ever manages to successfully release the new Star Wars: Battlefront in 2015 it'll likely lose its spot in the bracket, how sad. Check out the full brackets below.

 

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[via Consumerist]