The much anticipated 2022 FIFA World Cup will begin in Qatar on November 20, 2022. Google wants everyone to stay updated with the latest FIFA World Cup details. For this, the Company rolls out a bunch of new updates. The Company has added new features on Google Search, Google Assistant, Google Discover, YouTube, and Google TV.
Want to get minute-by-minute details of the matches? So easy! Now people can search with phrases like “FIFA World Cup” or the “World Cup,” and they will get the latest scores from the tournament. You can subscribe to tournament notifications by hitting the bell icon.
Here are all the new features coming to Google’s services regarding the 2022 FIFA World Cup:
Want to get the details of the match, just type FIFA World Cup in Google Search. All the latest updates regarding the match will appear on the screen. The users can even click on the bell in the top-right-hand corner to opt-in to receive notifications about the teams of their choice. Moreover, the users can view in-depth stats, win probabilities, and key event timelines.
Pin Scores Feature
If you want to follow individual matches but don’t want to search every time for updates, they can pin scores to the home screen. They can tap the “Pin live score” option in the score pane for an ongoing, upcoming match. Notably, these features are available for other tournaments and sports as well.
Users can also watch important moments from the matches with daily recap videos directly on Search from FIFA+ and official broadcasters, including beIN SPORTS, BBC, ZDF, and more.
The search giant is soon adding the ability to rate a player based on how users think they will perform in the tournament. They can also compare these scores with other players.
YouTube TV subscribers will be able to watch live the FIFA World Cup 2022 on FOX and FS1. Moreover, the members who have subscribed to the 4K Plus add-on can enjoy all the FIFA World Cup Matches in ultra-high-definition video quality.
Fans can watch all the matches on their Google TV devices. All World Cup-related updates will also be available in the For you tab. It will add a new row showing world cup content from partners like FIFA+, ITV, Peacock, Telemundo, and ViX.
Google is also launching a label for businesses to help you find a venue showing the games. For the upcoming matches, you simply have to type in “Where to watch the world cup near me?” Rather watch alone? If you own a Wear OS device, you can ask Google through your wearable to set match reminders for you, and After that, you can watch the matches on the Agenda app.
Google’s push to support the World Cup could come as a surprise, considering some controversy surrounding this year’s games. Still, the sports coverage offered by Google has always been useful and informative.
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