Twitter Is About To Stream College Sports

Twitter Is About To Stream College Sports on Freepps Top Blog

Live stream videos continue to become a part of the popular social media platforms, and Twitter is not an exception. Only a week ago Twitter announced its deal with Pac-12 Networks to live-stream videos on its platform, but now developers are already introducing a great number of college sports live games.

What can we expect from this addition?

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Besides Pac-12 Networks, Twitter has partnered with Campus Insider. As you may know, it is a digital platform designed to broadcast various live events on the smartphone applications and its website. As a result of this partnership, Twitter gets an opportunity to live-stream over three hundred college sports events, including basketball, soccer, water polo, football, baseball, field hockey, volleyball, swimming, and lacrosse.

Besides the live streams, Twitter will become a destination to watch broadcasts of news, match analysis, and highlights created by the journalists of ACC Digital Networks and Campus Insider. There is no denial that Twitter is one of the most convenient platforms to discuss sports with other fans, and now you get a chance to watch the streams of college sports and share your emotions with others using only one app.

Thanks to how quickly everyone responds on Twitter, at the times of major sports events, millions of people worldwide take it to the social networking giant to express their opinions, argue, and find others who feel the same way. The bright example of such online activity is the final match of UEFA Euro 2016 between France and Portugal that resulted in more than 14 million tweets shared by users during the match.

What is your opinion on this addition to the social media platform? Are you excited to watch matches using Twitter? Feel free to tell us what you think in the comments below

Antonio Neri

@freepps

Our resident meandering word artist, Antonio surely knows how to spot a good taco. @his_duckness



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