The best way to become a nerd, in the case of millennials, is to grow up with an affinity for video games.
And that is exactly what happens in the NFL.
For some of the biggest names in the game, such as quarterback Russell Wilson, wide receiver Julio Jones and running back Devonta Freeman, their geeky tendencies are a huge part of their success.
And they’re not alone.
For years, the NFL has been a place where it’s possible to play a video game for fun and be a gamer at the same time.
The league has even seen its own team, the Seahawks, embrace this trend.
And now, the game of football is getting a little bit more geeky as well.
With the rise of social media and Twitch, fans can tune in and watch games on Twitch.tv, a video-streaming service that allows people to stream games.
But what they really want is a game that gives them something to do while watching.
So for the first time, ESPN is teaming up with Twitch to bring a game called Space Jam.
Players from both the NFL and its international soccer team, Real Madrid, will compete for the title of “World Champion” in Space Jam, the first game of its kind to be streamed on Twitch and broadcast on the ESPN app.
And with Space Jam comes the first official Twitch app for the game.
This is how it will work.
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