2010 FIFA World Cup: Twitter "Tweets-per-second were much higher than average" during the match - Infographics

Twitter has published a 2010 World Cup infographic below #2 of the activity over the past month. In additon, here're the statistics that illustrate the global nature of the games and how fans' interest & enthusiasm built over the course of the tournament on Twitter: " Throughout the match, TPS were much higher than average […]

Twitter has published a 2010 World Cup infographic below #2 of the activity over the past month. In additon, here're the statistics that illustrate the global nature of the games and how fans' interest & enthusiasm built over the course of the tournament on Twitter: " Throughout the match, TPS were much higher than average "during the game's final 15 minutes, this jumped to more than 2,000 TPS. (Spain's winning goal in the final scored a 3,051 TPS.); During final, people from 172 countries tweeted in 27 different languages; During the winning goal, people from 81 countries tweeted in 23 different languages. This moment is represented on this Wordle infographic:

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