From the cutting-edge technology we’ve seen in stadiums and the use of systems to more accurately mark offsides to a host of bespoke digital platform features, this World Cup has shown that staying connected is part of be a big fan.
In this line, intelligent voice assistants have not been left behind. Google recently announced a series of commands thanks to which its assistant will be able to deliver curious data about the Mexican National Team, confirmed information about the match schedule or showing the most recent results around the national squad. Additionally, users will be able to set reminders about specific matches.
Now it has been the turn of Alexa, the Amazon assistant, which brings some functions, modes and commands to become an ally of football lovers.Perhaps one of the most striking functions that this assistant brings is the one that makes it easy for users to create a pool through Fire TV.
Just press the microphone button on the device’s remote control and dictate the command “Alexa, fill my pool.” The assistant will comply with the order and once the result is obtained, it can be shared on social networks with the command “Alexa, share”.
Alexa puts on the shirt in Qatar 2022
This will generate a QR code that, when scanned, will take the armed pool to the smartphone to share.
Additionally, we have some very soccer skills. For example, by saying “Alexa, open Pasión Futbolera”, users will be able to access three specific experiences:
- Stadium mode: The audio is adjusted to replicate the excitement and euphoria of the fans that is experienced in the stands of a stadium.
- Player Stories: The assistant will provide information of interest about some of the legends of world soccer.
- penalty game: From November 28 you can choose to be the player or the goalkeeper.
Finally, we have some commands that will be very useful to follow what is happening in Qatar 2022 step by step:
- “Alexa, what time is the Mexico game?
- “Alexa, how was the game in Mexico?
- “Alexa, who is number 4 from Argentina?
- “Alexa, how’s Mexico doing?”
- “Alexa, give Mexico a cheer”