Last week a small sporting event called the FIFA World Cup began. You may have heard about it.

Developer Actozsoft has updated its free-to-play footy management title One For Eleven to coincide with the tournament though, with a new mode titled World Nations Cup.

It’s basically a chance for real-world players to become national team managers on the big online stage.

The lucky coaches for all teams participating were chosen last week, and rounds of 256, 128, and 64 have taken place since.

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Actozsoft is keen to share information about how the competition is going too, including the line-up for the round of 32. Remember: all of the information below is based on participation from real-world players.

We spoke to Actozsoft,  and here’s its take on events so far:

  • Japan and Panama are expected to advance from Group A. France is expected to advance from Group B, while Vietnam and Bosnia and Herzegovina are expected to make it through Group C and Group D respectively.
  • The Netherlands is expected to top Group E, and Australia, Tunisia, and Belgium are expected to come out on top in their respective groups.
  • In the final 32, Group A is considered the most deadly. Japan and Panama both have the highest attacking ability, as well as high-ranking goalkeepers.

Based on the above information, Actozsoft also believes that the overall winner of the inaugural World Nations Cup competition will be the Netherlands, with France and Belgium likely to finish a close second and third.

Download One For Eleven from the App Store [download] or Google Play [download] and prepare yourself for Season 2 of the World Nations Cup, which will kick off next week.

Don’t forget to visit the One For Eleven website or the game’s Facebook page for more details.

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