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  • Twitter scores with NFL deal Crunch Network

    Twitter scores with NFL deal

    With the start of the new NFL season, fans across the U.S. — indeed, the world — are turning their attention to who the winners and losers will be, and who’ll be making their way to Super Bowl LI. With plenty of interactive and innovative ways for fans to get involved, perhaps the most exciting news for sports fans is the NFL’s deal with Twitter to live stream 10 games… Read More

  • ESPN’s fantasy football site isn’t working on the most important day of the season

    ESPN’s fantasy football site isn’t working on the most important day of the season

    Update: Service has been restored and ESPN provided us with the following statement: “ESPN Fantasy is restored and we will continue to monitor. We identified a backend data access issue and resolved as quickly as possible. The issue did not impact data for teams, leagues or rosters. We sincerely apologize to all ESPN fantasy users.” As if the rising popularity of daily fantasy… Read More

  • A kid held up a sign with his Venmo ID on ESPN and thousands of people sent him money

    A kid held up a sign with his Venmo ID on ESPN and thousands of people sent him money

    Each Saturday during the college football season ESPN hosts College GameDay, an pre-game show with a bunch of football experts and hundreds of screaming college kids in the background. Today one of those screaming college kids was Sam Crowder, a student who brilliantly decided to hold up a sign with his Venmo username asking his mom to send him beer money. Cue the Internet, and instead of… Read More

  • University of Florida held the world’s first brain-controlled drone race

    University of Florida held the world’s first brain-controlled drone race

    Drone races are nothing new. But while they started as an ad-hoc activity within the drone community, the sport has now taken on a life of its own with highly elaborate events and a partnership with ESPN. Read More

  • Drone racing organization IDRA scores broadcast deal with ESPN

    Drone racing organization IDRA scores broadcast deal with ESPN

    Ever hear of first-person drone racing? If not, you’re in for a treat. This kinetic and exciting sport, or competition, whatever you want to call it, is growing fast and it looks like ESPN wants a piece. The sports network signed a deal with the International Drone Racing Association today that could help bring races to the mainstream. Read More

  • A Look Inside How ESPN Gets Ready For Super Bowl 50

    Before it’s made apparent by my remarks, I don’t know jack shit about football. I can watch a game with a Bud Light in hand and unassumingly make my way through a plate of snacks and know when the right time to yell at the ref or give a high five is, but eh it’s not my thing. What I was really interested in when I rolled into ESPN’s Marina Green mobile studio in San… Read More

  • How To Stream Super Bowl 50 This Sunday

    How To Stream Super Bowl 50 This Sunday

    So you decided to finally ditch your cable package this year. Great! But now the Super Bowl is rolling around and you’re wondering how you’re going to watch Cam Newton dab all afternoon? Luckily, we’ve put together a guide of all the ways you can stream the big game. CBS, the network that is broadcasting Super Bowl 50 this year, is streaming the game for free across a bevy… Read More

  • ESPN’s Removal From YouTube Complete, Only Empty Channels Remain

    ESPN’s Removal From YouTube Complete, Only Empty Channels Remain

    All of the content across ESPN’s top channels is now gone from YouTube, following the video removals that began last week, in the wake of the YouTube Red deal. Though parent company Disney has a deal with YouTube for its new subscription service, the sports network can’t participate due to rights issues surrounding its content. And because YouTube’s creators have to agree… Read More

  • YouTube Red Deal Forces ESPN To Pull Its Videos From YouTube

    YouTube Red Deal Forces ESPN To Pull Its Videos From YouTube

    The fallout from YouTube Red, its forthcoming ad-free subscription service, is already underway. Today, the majority of ESPN’s video content has been pulled off of YouTube in the US, as the sports network currently can’t participate in the YouTube Red service due to rights issues surrounding its content. Though TechCrunch can now confirm that parent company Disney does have a… Read More

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