Google has everything covered for World Cup coverage on the web, YouTube, and more.
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(Pocket-lint) – Google has released a list of all the ways people can catch up on World Cup events as soon as they kick off next week.
The FIFA World Cup kicks off on November 20 and, if you can’t stay glued to your TV screen to follow all the games, Google has you covered on a number of different platforms.
It starts with search, with Google making it easy for people to search for “World Cup” and then follow the teams of their choice. They can also set up notifications by clicking on a bell. Other features include the ability to drag current scores from the Google app on an Android phone to view them on the home screen.
On YouTube TV, live matches will be available through FOS and FS1, and all 64 matches will be available in 4K for those who subscribe to the 4K Plus option. Additionally, special content will also be available on YouTube from creators like Deestroying, Rima, Cheeky Boyos, Jesser, Abo Flah, and more.
Google will also allow people to search “where to watch the World Cup near me” to see which restaurants and bars will be showing live matches. It’s pretty great if you want to go out and enjoy the game with your friends.
Finally, there is also action with Wear OS. “With Hublot’s Big Bang e FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, a Wear OS-powered smartwatch, you can wear the same watch that all official World Cup referees will wear,” Google explains. “During the tournament, you can get useful information before a match, such as team rosters and player profiles. The watch animates even if a team scores a goal, so you’ll never miss a goal!” .
Are you preparing for the big games? Check out our guide on how to watch the 2022 FIFA World Cup to prepare yourself.
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Written by Oliver Haslam.