Staying up to date with the latest SBS FIFA World Cup news is possible by simply asking 'Alexa'.
Football fans will now be able to stay on top of the latest voice-activated updates from the 2018 FIFA World Cup with the launch of a dedicated new skill from SBS.
Amazon Alexa works as an in-home virtual helper, similar to Apple's Siri and Google Assistant, where users can ask questions and receive answers or access to media on request.
Those wanting to stay up to date with SBS coverage of the 2018 FIFA World Cup can set it as their default in Alexa's flash briefing.
Then if the user asks: "Alexa, what's the news?" they will hear the latest from the overnight matches, as well as a look ahead to the matches that evening.
The service is available via Alexa-enabled devices, such as Amazon Echo speakers.
Frequently asked questions:
How do I set up SBS World Cup coverage for Amazon Alexa?
Visit the Alexa App, search for “World Game” and enable the “World Game: FIFA World Cup Skill.”
How do I ask Alexa for the latest update?
Simply ask “Alexa, what’s in the news” or “Alexa, play my flash briefing” to hear the latest FIFA World Cup update from SBS.