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Montreal, QC (Vocus) December 10, 2009

Rivalspot Sports Entertainment, home to PS3 and Xbox 360 sports console game tournaments, has launched an official blog site, creating an interactive community for hardcore gamers and big-time sports fans.

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(Vocus) October 26, 2010

Rivalspot Sports Entertainments is pleased to become an official distributor of free fantasy sports content through Rivalspot Blog.

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The fantasy coverage will include sleeper and bust predictions for each season, weekly waiver wire picks, updated player rankings and rookies to watch throughout the year. Writers will constantly analyze the data and give readers the best possible chance of succeeding in their leagues.

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Spain vs Paraguay was nice and controlled for most of the game, with Spain passing and Paraguay defending, and me expecting penalty kicks. But then it came to life between the 58th and 60th minutes, when both teams had a penalty saved by the opposition keeper, and everyone woke up.

First Gerard Pique gave Paraguay a penalty by trying to pull Oscar Cardozo’s arm off in the 58th minute:

But a clearly nervous Cardozo took the spot kick himself, and saw it saved Iker Casillas.

From there Spain went up to the other end of the field where Antolin Alcaraz… Continue reading

Portugal looked equal to Spain for much of this game, and had their share of chances. Cristiano Ronaldo had a couple of strikes at Iker Casillas, and there was a moment where Tiago’s shot forced Casillas into a weak parry that almost allowed Hugo Almeida to beat him to the rebound. But only almost.

The longer the game went on, the more possession Spain seemed to have. Pass, pass, pass. Yet Portugal’s defence – unbreached in the group stage, even against Brazil – was a securely closed door. Secure that is until Andres Iniesta and Xavi unpicked the lock with… Continue reading

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Argentina star Angel Di Maria speaks with www.sc.qa (the website of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, the body responsible for delivering the infrastructure and host country operations [read]

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Captain of the USSR team at Sweden 1958, who also scored the Soviets' first ever goal in FIFA's most prestigious competition, Nikita Simonyan speaks with FIFA.com to revisit the World Cup 60 [read]