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When the 2014 World Cup kicks off, starting with the game between Brazil and Croatia on June 12 in Sao Paulo, it’ll be a momentous occasion, a spectacle that isn’t, and never will be, matched by any sport; it’s like the Super Bowl magnified by a hundred. In all, there will be 64 games played, including the final on Sunday, July 13 in Rio de Janeiro. And in the middle of all the on-field and off-field drama will be GoalControl, its performance under microscopic scrutiny.