Elon Musk invites fans to watch 'best coverage' of FIFA World Cup 2022 on Twitter amid crisis

Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion last month with half of the employees left their jobs since then.

Tanishq SharmaAuthor

Updated - 19 November 2022 01:31 PM

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World's richest man Elon Musk took control of Twitter on October 27 and the social network company is experiencing their biggest crisis since then as several employees have resigned from their job. Amid the crisis, Elon Musk invited fans to watch the live coverage and real-time commentary from the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar on his social media platform, Twitter.

Elon Musk bought Twitter for $44 billion last month with half of the employees left their jobs since then. This mass termination has raised questions on the effectiveness of the company and its future.

In an email sent to Twitter's 3,700 employees, Elon Musk demanded 'working long hours at high intensity' to 'build a breakthrough Twitter 2.0' or the employees can leave  the company with three months of severance pay. Recently, Elon Musk brought a new update that has generated excitement among the soccer fans. Musk tweeted, " First World Cup match on Sunday! Watch on Twitter for best coverage & real-time commentary. "

Meanwhile, the FIFA World Cup 2022 is scheduled to take place from November 20 in Qatar as the hosts will square off against Ecuador in the World Cup opener at the Al Bayt Stadium. Qatar and Ecuador are placed in the Group A alongside Senegal and Netherlands.

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