Football fans will be able to watch the eagerly awaited World Cup start on Twitter, according to Tesla CEO Elon Musk.

On social media on Saturday, the CEO of Twitter announced that the social platform would stream live coverage of the opening match between the tournament's hosts, Qatar, and Ecuador.

He went on to suggest that the game would include live commentary.

'Sunday is the first World Cup game! Watch on Twitter for the best coverage and current commentary,' thus according Musk.

Despite Musk not providing any links or hashtags to use, the decision will be important for soccer fans who rely on a few of the free-to-air channels or set-top boxes for coverage.

Only Kenya's KBC TV, a free-to-air channel, has announced plans to broadcast around 28 of the games for the general audience.

The competition, which will run from November 20 through December 18, will feature 32 teams. Eight groups will compete.


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