World Cup 2014 is smashing audience records across all platforms according to sports broadcaster ESPN. WatchESPN, which is the channel’s digital offering, averaged 209,000 viewers in a minute during the first 11 matches at the tournament. The
Football fans who couldn’t get tickets for the World Cup are being invited to enjoy the match experience at Fifa’s Global Stadium. The digital hub will provide supporters with minute-by-minute coverage of goings on in Brazil
Brazil 2014 promises to be the first truly digital World Cup, however with only two weeks to go before the tournament kicks off competing countries are still deciding whether or not to let their players loose on social media. Earlier
Every nation at next month’s World Cup will be represented on Twitter after three Iranian footballers joined the platform even though it’s banned in the Islamic Republic. Hossein Mahini, Sardar Azmou and Mohammed Reza have now
When England touch down in Rio later this summer they’ll carrying the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphone thanks to a new partnership with the South Koren tech giant. The deal, which makes Samsung the official consumer electronics and smartphone
The BBC have revealed details of how they plan to ensure football supporters can enjoy every moment of this year’s World Cup, even if they’re away from the TV. The broadcaster’s online platform, bbc.