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In this week's edition of The Draft, our top story captures some of the technological innovations that made it to the 2022 Qatar World Cup, from the technologically-advanced soccer ball like we've never seen before, to the artificially intelligent refereeing system. We bring you all these details and other important stories, funding deals, and charts this week that were covered this week.
- Emmanuel, Data Journalist at Techloy.com
🗞 Featured Story
The FIFA World Cup 2022 taking place in Qatar is arguably one of the biggest sports gathering in the world attended by an estimated 1 million fan visitors, and at least 5 billion people watching from all over the world.
The competition features some of the most advanced technologies in the game both for the players on the pitch and the fans in the stands. Even Web3 and Metaverse technology made it to the World Cup.
What are the remarkable new technologies that have been introduced into the game for the 2022 Qatar World Cup?, How will they assist match officials, teams, and facility officials in making the right calls during the game?
Read our feature story on Techloy.com and the rest of this week's important stories below.