Only a couple of months after EA reported its Madden NFL 19 bowl set new viewership precedents, it’s spread out a timetable of occasions for the 2020 season. Madden NFL 20 dispatches one week from now on August second – or three days sooner for individuals who pre-request a special version – and it’s touting the capacity for players to go “from couch to the champion.”
EA has declared that it’s expanded the number of spots accessible in online ends, with its first Classic event booked to happen beginning August 30th. There, fans will contend to speak to one of the NFL’s 32 groups at the Club Championship in December. At that point, there’s the Madden NFL 20 Challenge during Super Bowl weekend and the Madden NFL 20 Bowl during one year from now’s draft.
The NFL and EA have adjusted the esports timetable to work alongside the alliance, considering it to be an approach to keep watchers and gamers locked in. NFL VP of Gaming and Esports Rachel Hoagland said in an explanation that “We view esports as a key accelerant to growing the NFL. It enables new ways for young fans to engage in the sport through Madden NFL competition.” The league has also snagged sponsors including Pizza Hut and Snickers, and this year signed up the first “virtual stadium rights deal in esports” that will put MCS Major live events in Pizza Hut Stadium.
In this present reality where Fortnite exists, ensuring gamers still tune into your game any way you can is presumably a decent technique. More insights regarding the esports occasions were declared today around evening time during a Twitch stream that you can watch directly here.