yesterday, Thursday, Google announced several features for its various services, and it is focused on helping users stay up-to-date with the latest developments from the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which will be launched soon in Qatar.
In the search engine, the American technology giant said in a post on its blog: that by searching for the phrase, World Cup, users can follow their favorite teams and get notifications of their news. Detailed statistics for each match can also be obtained, as well as odds of winning, and schedules for key events.
For those who are not free to follow the full matches, the feature allows them to display the results of the matches on the screen to see them at any time. It also allows users to rate players’ performance from a search engine, and see how others rate their favorite players’ performance. The company will provide games through the search engine to score goals with other viewers.
On YouTube, Google said: It will show users special content through its FIFA World Cup 2022 channel, where users can watch the highlights from the tournament for each match.
Starting November 20, YouTube TV subscribers will be able to watch the matches live on FOX and FS1 channels, and in 4K for members who subscribe to YouTube 4K Plus. The company will also provide content for the tournament from many famous content makers.
For users of Google TV devices on Google TV, the company said: It will provide them with watching matches through the For You tab, where they can watch matches directly, and see highlights, replays, and other channels, such as FIFA + and others.
And for users of smartwatches running Wear OS, the company said: It will allow them to schedule to see matches in the Agenda app and ask its smart assistant to remind them of the upcoming matches.
Through the smart assistant also Google Assistant, Google will provide users with the most important information they need regarding the upcoming FIFA World Cup.
It is worth noting that the 2022 FIFA World Cup will start on November 20 in Qatar, marking the first time that the tournament will be held in the Middle East.