The Tokyo Olympics 2020 has a had its share of controversy surrounding the games, but their latest effort will likely excite the competition lovers. With the Covid19 measures keeping fans away from the stadiums, it is only fair that a great number of fans will have to do the cheering virtually across the different social media and online platforms.
No one seems to have understood this better than micro blogging giants Twitter who are so pumped up about the 32nd edition of Summer Olympic Games.
They have launched a series of emojis including Olympic emoji, which for the first time is available in 30 different languages. There are also emojis for gold, silver and bronze medals. Sports lovers will also have access to explore several emojis dedicated to different games ranging from volleyball, handball, swimming, Table Tennis, Archery, Discuss, Athletics, gymnastics, and several others.
So do not miss out on cheering your country. Ugandans can go on to cheer their favourite athletes Joshua Cheptegei and Halimah Nakaayi who carry the country’s medal hopes.
The games kick off today July, 23rd , and continue until August 8.