According to facts and figures indrawn up by the publishing giant, 34% of FIFA players became fans of pro soccer after playing the game, while 50% had an increased interest in the sport.
That's strange because typically Americans prefer sports with ten million separate statistics that stop every five seconds so that everyone can try out remember what the hell's going on. Yay for generalisations. USA's admirable performance inhas also increased football's popularity in the country, and America is now the second best-selling country for FIFA games. After England, you'd imagine.
FIFA 15 was of course released in October this year. Rival Pro Evolution Soccer 2015 has been garnering some praise recently, but it's clear (and not surprising considering the difference in marketing budgets) that EA's giant is top dog from a sales standpoint.