The 64-match tournament last through July 13th, plenty of time to check out the best spots to watch the World Cup.

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The World Cup kicked off with Brazil's comeback victory and a clash between police and protesters. The 64-match tournament featuring 32 countries will be one of the world's most-watched events in history. An estimated 1 billion people saw the final match at the 2010 World Cup. That number includes people watching in public places. The tournament will last until July 13th, so there's plenty of time to check out all of Metro Atlanta's best World Cup watching locations.

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