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Get Updates On Mobile And Desktop
You may choose which teams to get updates for and keep track of their progress on your mobile device by selecting the "bell" symbol in the upper right corner of the screen, whether you're using a browser or the official Google app. You can also move the match you wish to follow around your screen to see the score in real-time from any location by simply touching it.
While desktop alerts don't seem to be an option, the Google panel developed for the World Cup allows users to obtain in-depth statistics and win probabilities from any device. In addition, the official FIFA streaming service, FIFA+, as well as official broadcasters like the BBC, will be presenting video recaps of the games, which can be seen on the results page itself as the games get underway. In multiplayer mode, you and your fellow fans may choose a team to root for and compete for, with the winner receiving a virtual trophy.
Rumours About Google TV
Further, Google is releasing a label for businesses that may lead you to a place displaying the games. You may easily discover a place displaying upcoming World Cup games by searching Google with the query "Where to watch the World Cup near me?" Looking to watch alone? The games will be broadcast live on FOX and FS1, as well as Telemundo (in Spanish) if you subscribe to YouTube TV. Your Wear OS device's Agenda app will display all of the reminders you've requested Google to set for you, including future matches. In case you really can't get enough of the beautiful game, the tech giant is also adding a new row to the Google TVs For You tab that offers FIFA content and highlights.