Football Season Started And NFL Makes Deal With Twitter


Aug 2015

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NFL Twitter deal
The NFL season has finally begun and the League has made another great tech deal that will give their fans a much better and more in-depth way of watching games and getting highlights. This deal was made with Twitter, even though they have already been with the company since 2013, this will give their users much better tools and resources. Twitter users will have access to a lot more official NFL content, which includes being able to watch in-game highlights from the pre-season all the way up to Super Bowl 50. This will certainly increase the depth that football has been able to reach so far. Sadly, Periscope, a video streaming service by Twitter, is still banned by most sports organizations. However, the League has already made many other great tech deals this year, including welcoming Yahoo to livestream the games during the regular season. Hopefully fans will be able to enjoy all football games, whether they are watching it through cable TV, steaming it on their PC or Mac, or simply getting play-by-play highlights from their Twitter accounts. The NFL isn’t the only one benefiting from this deal, as Twitter shares rose 4% on Monday after the announcement. We can see that the future of football is finally catching up and becoming a forerunner in terms of technology.

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