T20 World Cup 2021: Twitter India launches Cricket Score-board
According to Twitter's official data, from 1 July 2020 to 1 July 2021, there have been 75 million tweets and comments about cricket on Twitter in the country.
New Delhi: Cricket in India is not just a sport but a festival. There are hardly as many cricket fans in India as in any other country. There has been a lot of discussion about cricket on social media platforms like Twitter. According to Twitter's official data, from 1 July 2020 to 1 July 2021, there have been 75 million tweets and comments about cricket on Twitter in the country.
Cricket Board in Twitter:
During a cricket match, fans live-tweet, follow real-time commentary, watch video highlights and discuss every-ball updates. Now to make the experience of these fans even better, Twitter has launched Live Scorecard.
Hey #CricketTwitter, we heard you.— Twitter India (@TwitterIndia) October 21, 2021
Introducing live cricket scorecards, so you don't miss out on the action.
To see live cricket scores, just tap the Sports tab on the Explore page 🔎 pic.twitter.com/R66EsKhmcB
To further enhance the Cricket Twitter experience, Twitter is also testing out its first community, CricketTwitter-India, outside the US, which provides all the talking points about cricket in multiple Indian languages. Dedicated to Indian cricket fans. Communities began testing in the US in September this year as a way for people to find and connect with others who want to talk about the same things as them. Right now it can be accessed only through Invite.
New update on Twitter:
Communities is started by people on Twitter. Moderators enforce community rules and keep conversations informative, relevant and fun. People who accept invites to join a community become members and are able to invite others in return. When you join a community, you can Tweet directly to that audience instead of all your followers, while community Tweets are publicly available, only members of that community can reply.
Like Public Tweets, anyone can read, quote Tweets, and report Communities Tweets. Communities can currently only be accessed via Invite on the iOS, web and Android mobile browsers, with access to the Android app and more functionality coming soon. Anyone around the world can be invited to join the community via Direct Messages.
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