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  • Beats is winning the World Cup
  • Beats is winning the World Cup
    Canadian Reviewer ©

Beats is winning the World Cup

When Sony gifted all 736 World Cup players with headphones, it was with the idea of more than three billion people watching from across the world. Instead, players wore the Beats overheads they already own, leading FIFA to ban Beats from the stadium altogether.



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