Fox Sports Airs Madden NFL 20 Tournament Live For Coronavirus Relief
Mar 30, 2020 Source: GAMEMS
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has caused many sports seasons to be postponed or canceled, the NBA and NHL have canceled their seasons, the NCAA basketball tournament was canceled, moreover, NASCAR, MLB and major boxing and MMA event also have to call off or postpone, even the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics was postponed to next year. There is no doubt that the virus of unknown origin has caused irreparable losses to sports development and the economy worldwide.
That is, it will be hard for fans to watch any live sports, and at the particular situation, Fox Sports, the sports programming division to air national sports cable channels and radio network, which airs the first-ever Madden NFL Invitational tournament on FS1 on Sunday to raise awareness for the CDC Foundation 's COVID-19 relief.
The event lasted for two hours with a total of eight participants, including Derwin James, Antonio Cromartie, Michael Vick, Matt Leinart, Orlando Scandrick, T.J.Houshmandzadeh, Juju Smith-Schuster and Ahman Green.
This is the first attempt for Fox at the NFL season to fill the void of the show after the lack of live broadcast games, and it also confirms that e-sports is also a pretty good opportunity for broadcasting, especially after getting a good amount of playback in Fox's football broadcast last Sunday.
In the hard period, Vick joined other players to join the special event, playing remotely in accordance with social distancing recommendations to create some much-need sports and entertainment programs, and benefit coronavirus relief, reflecting human spirit of cooperation that sports exemplify.
Currently, Madden 20 is still in full swing to play while staying indoors, in order to better call for fans to social isolation, GameMS.com is issuing a 10% coupon for MUT 20 Coins for sale on various consoles.
By the way, during the epidemic, physical protection and self-isolation are the keys to protecting yourself and others, staying more at home is also a contribution to epidemic prevention, even if you are playing games.