For all you soccer, or “football,” fans out there, I’m sure you are glued to the TV screen (or maybe sneaking some online viewing while pretending to work…) today to watch the first day of the 2010 World Cup! For all you innocent people who are not taking “sick” days to watch at home or those with a streaming browser minimized on your work screen, there is still a way you can keep up with what’s happening in South Africa.
Twitter has launched a sleek new World Cup tracking portal that can be organized by countries you’re interested in following. You can view “what’s happening,” tweets about the current game, click on the flag of the country to want to read more about, and much more.
To view the World Cup tracking portal, visit www.twitter.com/worldcup.
If the official Twitter portal isn’t enough, Mashable.com has also posted other ways to follow the games here.