Top 10 Social Media Platforms To Catch International Champions Cup 2018 Updates

Top 10 Social Media Platforms To Check For ICC 2018 Updates

Though is no dearth of platforms when it comes to catching latest sports updates. However, an event as special as International Champions Cup 2018 might not get that much traction especially by Indian media since we have so many other things to look on to. Social media platforms are the only way out to keep an eye on this amazing ICC 2018 event. We are more than halfway through the tournament and for many the real game begins now. Whether you favor Manchester City or Arsenal, there isn’t a single update you would want to miss out. So, if tuning into social media is your only resort, here are the top 10 social media platforms that you need to keep a check on:

Facebook

One of the biggest social media networks, this one accounts to be one of the most popular social media platforms on this planet. In its journey of 12 years, it has managed to engage more than 1.6 billion users which make every small thing related to this network larger than life. It is one of the best places to catch the latest excitement about the match and get involved with all other hard-core fans.

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Twitter

You may think that your 140 characters long post might not be that relevant to sports but the fact that it can reach more than 320 million active users should eliminate your doubts. There are millions and millions of sports fans and critics out there who keep posting their admiration, love, hate, and opinions for different teams and players. Surely, it is one of the places you wouldn’t want to miss. You can catch all live action here.

Google +

Yes it is not that trending as the previous 2, this one can be counted on for its SEO value. It joined the big leagues almost three years back when it registered more than 418 million active users. There is a wide chunk of those active users who discuss and keep sending football updates here day in day out. Definitely a great place to check in this season. Also, it has several forums where you can discuss the latest moves and strategies that were followed your team.

YouTube

One of the biggest video based social network in the world, this one has been around for more than 14 years by three former PayPal employees. Later Google purchased it and now it is visited by more than 1 billion visitors every month and one of the biggest search engines after Google. You can watch all new and old International Champions Cup videos and fans reactions here.

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Pinterest

The best picture website since 2010, it was late to arrive on the social media arena. The platform has digital bulletin boards where people pin up their favorite images. Surely a few from stadiums must have shared some important updates here. Just make sure you know the right keywords.

Instagram

A more trendy, cooler version of Pinterest it became one of the major centers of attention for youngster once Facebook was invaded by parents, teachers, and grandparents from all over the world. A private safe haven for all young minds, it is full of hashtags, pictures, updates, and posts on ICC 2018. See that you don’t miss it.

Tumblr

It is accounted for being one of the toughest social networking platforms and but also happens to be one of the most interesting sites. It gives access to multiple post formats like quote posts, photo posts, video posts, and others. Surely, ICC 2018 fans are active here as well. Make sure you find them out.

Flickr

Usually pronounced as Flicker, it is one of the best online video and image hosting platforms that was formed by a Vancouver based Ludicorp. It was then acquired by Yahoo and currently has more than 112 millions users across 63 nations. Everyday, more than 1 million photos being shared on this platform which means you can see the best pictures of your favorite ICC 2018 teams, players, and games here.

Snapchat

An image messaging app software product that was formed by Reggie Brown, Bobby Murphy, and Evan Spiegel in Stanford University. It came to life in 2011 and in a short period of time it grew immensely having 10 million active users within 4 years. Right now, more than 20% of social media users make use of Snapchat. Surely, you can check out latest game updates here.

Linkedin

Much older than Facebook, this one has been around since 2002 and has been one of the most popular social media platforms for professionals but sports has entered here as well. Though less than rest of the nine, but you will find many discussing and posting game videos here. You can check this one out too.

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