So the T20 world cup was a drag and India did not win it. But that’s old news. The buzz is that this time around Yahoo is all set to lift the cup in South Africa. Of course not literally. But surely they will bring home the latest from the cup for everyone.
This time the hardcore football fans are going to have a gala party and it will last through the month. The matches are scheduled across 9 cities and 10 stadiums. The action is going to continue and over 5500 minutes of international is enough to give the millions of soccer fans a high.
Yahoo! Mobile has launched a special portal for the 2010 world cup and those of us on the move will be able to just follow the cup news from a click on our mobiles. Yahoo is making sure this world cup is remembered for years to come.
With minute by minute updates on scores, commentries, highlights and of course match and world cup trivia it is going to be a delight. The mobile site is ready to be launched today across 40 different markets across the 5 continents, 13 major languages and will be optimized for 4,500 different mobiles handsets and devices.
Check it out all at m.yahoo.com/worldcup
Also come June and Yahoo is going to have an easy access to World Cup match updates and scores through its Search engine and mobile home page where a special module will give direct access to World cup buzz like team standings, special news etc.
For additional information on the 2010 World Cup on your mobile http://mobile.yahoo.com/world-cup to learn more about the mobile site.