Computing giant Microsoft, tech website Engadget and sports broadcasting behemoth ESPN have joined forces to create a gorgeous interactive website -- ESPN FC World Cup Essentials -- that helps soccer fans keep up with the latest happenings from the World Cup.
The ESPN FC World Cup Essentials website uses splendid 3D graphics and detailed, easily navigable information pages to keep you well informed while enjoying a visually pleasing browsing experience.
The site lets World Cup junkies access results, news and other tidbits of information coming out of Brazil. The information can be narrowed down by team or game. Users can even peruse iconic headlines and other interesting details from World Cups past, going back all the way to the very first World Cup, held in Uruguay in 1930.
Microsoft says the website is best suited for its Internet Explorer 11, but appears to work well on all browsers.
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