FIFA World Cup: Twitter will provide live coverage and commentary of the inaugural match

Doha: The new owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, gave good news to those interested in the FIFA World Cup.

Elon Musk, owner of the social networking site Twitter, announced that it will provide coverage and real-time commentary for the first match of the FIFA World Cup.

The Football World Cup is starting from today in Qatar and the opening match will be played between Qatar and Ecuador at 9 PM Pakistan time.

32 teams are participating in the world’s most expensive FIFA World Cup 2022, 64 matches will be played between them.

It should be noted that in the announcement issued by FIFA, it has been said that the winning team of the event will be given a prize money of 42 million dollars, 1.5 million dollars have already been paid to all the sides participating in the event.

Keep in mind that this time the prize money has been increased by FIFA to 440 million dollars, which is 40 million dollars more than the mega event played in Russia in 2018.

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