Microsoft Internet Explorer Team And ESPN Partners For ESPN FC World Cup Essentials Website

Microsoft today announced that they are partnering with ESPN to bring the ESPN FC World Cup Essentials sports hub to the web. This website ESPN FC World Cup Essentials will help fans keep them informed and in top form for the 2014 World Cup. The site was built using latest web technologies such as WebGL, CSS3 animations, transitions and 3D transforms, and has fast, fluid touch navigation along with responsive web design to auto-fit any device you have.

Circle the 3D globe to swipe through the best of the past to relive your favorite moments in sporting history. Go back to the inaugural 1930 games in Uruguay or relive Spain’s victory from Johannesburg four years ago. Want to show your team pride? Learn chants and traditions with fun fan videos, so you can show your passion during the match. Swipe to browse real-time sports news and social media updates from ESPN – the most trusted name in sports.

Browse exclusive player and team artwork created by ESPN specifically for the 2014 event. Additionally, fans can download their favorite artwork through seamless integration with OneDrive on the World Cup Essentials site.

Read more about how they built this website here.

Check out the website at ESPN FC.

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