FIFA World Cup: 2022 FIFA World Cup is starting from 20 November in Qatar. In the gaming event, 32 countries will compete against each other. Ahead of the start of the event, Google has released a major update to its services, which will allow users to get the news of all the matches with minute updates. The company has introduced several new features on Google Search, Google Assistant, Google Discover, YouTube and Google TV that will help users not only to access scores and match highlights but also to watch all matches live.
Here are all the new features coming to Google’s service that will help you keep updated about the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup. Let’s jam.
Users can type ‘world cup’ or ‘FIFA world cup’ into a Google search and click on the bell in the top right corner to opt-in to receive notifications about the teams of their choice.
Android users will also be eligible to pin the score on their smartphone screen so that they can get match updates on the go.
Google explained in a blog post that, “Using your Android Google app or from Search on a mobile browser, simply tap the match you want to track and drag the score anywhere on your screen to pin it.
Google also said that when users search for players on Search, they will be able to rate players based on how they perform and see how the ratings stack up against others. Soon users will also be able to compete with fans in the company’s multiplayer online game.
Starting November 20, YouTube TV subscribers will be able to watch the FIFA World Cup 2022 live on FOX and FS1.
YouTube TV members who have subscribed to the 4K Plus add-on can enjoy all 64 matches in ultra-high-definition video quality.
All the updates related to the 2022 FIFA World Cup will also be found in the For You tab. Lets you explore World Cup content like live games, highlights, recaps and more from broadcasters like FIFA+, ITV, Peacock, Telemundo, VIX and more, the company said.