Indian FIFA World Cup 2022 fans went on Twitter to complain about Jio Cinema and a meme fest followed.
On November 20, the FIFA World Cup 2022 began with a grand opening ceremony at Al Bayt Stadium in Qatar. After that, Ecuador and Qatar played their first game, which the home nation lost. Many viewers in India were unsatisfied as they encountered technical difficulties when live-streaming the inaugural football world cup event in the Middle East on JioCinema.
Some people chose the humorous way and uploaded memes, while others used the micro-blogging platform to voice their frustrations about the disruptions they experienced. JioCinema quickly started trending on Twitter.
— Hariom Yadav (@HariomY90522494) November 21, 2022
— DeadInside (@Pratthampant) November 20, 2022
— Hashir (@Oh_Hashir) November 21, 2022
— Akash (@akashtesla) November 20, 2022
— MISHU (@NeerajRjmshr2) November 21, 2022
— Akhil Chauhan (@CheeTaHOO7) November 20, 2022
JioCinema took to Twitter to share a hilarious post while assuring users that their team was working to fix the problem as Twitter was buzzing with several shares. They even offered their fans an apology and urged them to update the app so they could keep watching the FIFA World Cup 2022.
Dear @JioCinema fans,
We are continuously working to give you a great experience. Please upgrade your app to the latest version to enjoy #FIFAWorldCupQatar2022. Apologies for any inconvenience.#FIFAWorldCup #FIFAWConJioCinema #FIFAWConSports18 | @FIFAWorldCup
— JioCinema (@JioCinema) November 20, 2022
The ongoing World Cup 2022 in Qatar featured an opening ceremony that featured Morgan Freeman and Jung Kook of BTS. Freeman played the narrator while Jung Kook and Qatari singer Fahad Al-Kubaisi performed Dreamers. A stunning fireworks display marked the end of the opening ceremony. Beginning on November 20, the FIFA World Cup 2022 will conclude on December 18.