World Cup Football event kicks off in Brazil tomorrow. Millions of people will be using Internet to find latest info on World Cup. To help you get the most out of the tournament, Microsoft is rolling out a host of features for checking scores, schedules, player info and more on Bing.
Let’s take a look at what is rolling out:
Bing Predicts: Which Team Has the Best Chance of Winning?
Starting today, if you search for “World Cup”, “Predictions”, or any matches (both preliminary as well as later in the single elimination rounds) we will display the chances of each respective team to win.
Schedules and Scores
Curious to know when your team is playing? Looking to find out who won a match? We have fine-tuned our index to provide you with schedules and scores directly in the search results. Search for “World Cup Schedule” or “World Cup Scores” and we’ll serve up a tabbed interface at the top of the page.
Brush Up on the Players and Teams
While you’re watching the games, you can get up to speed on the players with through Snapshot which displays glance-able information on thousands of global players and teams. From how much they earn to who they are romantically linked to, you get smart on global players in a few short keystrokes.
World Cup News
To give you one place to keep up to date on everything happening with the tournament, we are launching a dedicated news experience on Bing. The site includes the latest news, social updates from teams and players as well as easy to navigate brackets and schedules.
Also check out the essentials.espnfc.com from Internet Explorer team for latest football info.