The 6 Technologies Powering FIFA World Qatar 2022

Technology is playing a major role at the Qatar World Cup. Not only is it helping officials make critical calls, but it will keep spectators safe and fans engaged, no matter where in the world they’re located.

Here’s a breakdown of all the technology powering the World Cup:

Rules and Officiating:

FIFA World Cup to Use Semi-Automated Offside Technology for ‘Accurate and Faster Decisions’

Data and Analytics:

FIFA’s New App Allows Players to Access Data After World Cup Games


Safety and Security:

How World Cup Qatar Venues Are Utilizing a Digital Twin Solution

Qatar Deploys Facial Recognition Security at FIFA World Cup

FIFA Usiing AI to Detect Social Media Abuse Aimed at Players



FIFA  Introduces New Advanced Metrics During FIFA World Cup Qatar

Majority of US Millennials Will Choose Streaming to Watch World Cup

FIFA Debut Streaming Platform FIFA+, With 40,000 Live Games in 2022


Fan Engagement/Experience

FIFA to Launch Digital Collectible Platform FIFA+ Collect for Fans

FIFA Becomes Latest Sports Partnership for Roblox With FIFA World

BeFootball Launches VR Soccer Game Ahead of FIFA World Cup Qatar

FIFA World Cup Sponsor vivo Debuts ‘Give It a Shot’ Campaign for Fans

Visa, Creating Unique Fan Experience for FIFA World Cup

IQH3D Launches Cloud-Based Automated 2D to 3D Conversion Software

Matchday Signs Multi-Year Partnership With FIFA, FIFPRO

Sportradar Launches AI-Driven Social Engagement Platform, Virtual Stadium

Tech sponsorships:

FIFA Names Calm Official Sponsor for World Cup, FIFAe Nations Cup

FIFA World Cup Qatar Names vivo as Official Sponsor, Smartphone


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