Google Animated Logo For ICC Champions Trophy 2017

Jun 13, 2017 - 7:33 am 5 by
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Google Celebrating The Icc Champions Trophy 2017

You can now play cricket on the Google home page in the United States. It is for the ICC Champions trophy and it is pretty fun. Truth is, I never played cricket and I have no clue what to do outside of just swing the bat, but it is fun nevertheless.

This is the 8th ICC Champions Trophy, a One Day International (ODI) cricket tournament that is being held right now England and Wales. The top eight teams compete in this tournament.

Google wrote that they wanted to bring this world loved sport to everyone. They wrote:

We know that cricket is loved worldwide, so we wanted to make sure our Doodle works for everyone, including those on slower mobile networks. We kept the file size fly-sized, and the result is our smallest interactive Doodle ever - even snail networks can load it in seconds.

Google is "inviting everyone to tap/click and take a swing at our pocket-size game!" You can play on or on this Doodle page.

Forum discussion at Twitter.


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