Google added the 2018 Winter Olympics features as it themed up its search engine and the sites it owns with 2018 Winter Olympics news feeds, highlights, live stream, and more.
Google Search and the 2018 Winter Olympics
Any 2018 Winter Olympics related search will return more information on the winter sports event. The offered information includes results, standings, schedules, highlights, and news feeds.
Additionally, Gooogle Search will offer information on how many medals are won by each participating country.
Besides, when searching on Google for “2018 Winter Olympics” it will ask you to vote for your favorite winter sport.
2018 Winter Olympics on Google Assitant and YouTube
Since yesterday, YouTube is posting highlights of the Winter Olympic events directly from the official broadcasters of the events.
Even more, for the first time in history, winter sports fans can watch the 2018 Winter Olympics live on the official YouTube channel of the Olympics.
Google Assistant is now updated to offer real-time answers to users questions related to the 2018 Winter Olympics. Just open your Google Assistant and ask it whatever is on your mind, such as “Hi, Google! Who won the Biathlon at the Olympics?” or “Hi, Google! How many medals does the USA have in the Olympics?”.
Google Earth and Street View changed, too
Users who want to virtually visit South Korea on Google Earth or on Google Maps’ Street View will be able to get suggestions on which Olympics-related destinations to explore.
The 2018 Winter Olympics
This year’s winter main event, the 2018 Winter Olympics, is the 23rd edition of the event which is held once every 4 years. This year’s edition is held in South Korea, in PyeongChang, a city in the Taebaek Mountains region, in the North of the country.
The event was opened yesterday, on February 8th, and it will feature 102 events in 15 winter sports disciplines. At the same time, Google added the 2018 Winter Olympics features on Google Search, YouTube, Google Assistant, and Google Earth and Street View.