Esport – NBA – NBA sprawls on Twitch

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Many NBA players have decided to pass the time on video games. Several of them broadcast their games and chat with their fans on Twitch. With the suspension of competitions and confinement, idleness awaits many professional athletes. So, like many others in this period, they turn to video games to pass time. In the NBA, several of them have also decided to create their Twitch channel for the occasion and broadcast their parts live. Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks) asked for help last Saturday on Twitter to get started, before playing a few games.Overwatch. Alex Caruso (Los Angeles Lakers) got into it too. Meyers Leonard (Miami Heat) has been streaming for several months but has announced that he wants to spend more time on the platform given the situation. Even more fun, Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns) learned that the season was suspended while he was in full live on Call of Duty Warzone."data-reactid =" 19 "> Many NBA players have decided to pass the time on video games. Several of them broadcast their games and chat with their fans on Twitch. With the suspension of competitions and containment, the many professional sports enthusiasts are idle. So, like many others in this period, they turn to video games to pass the time. In the NBA, many of them have also decided to create their Twitch channel for the occasion and broadcast their parts live. Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks) asked for help last Saturday on Twitter to get started, before playing a few games.Overwatch. Alex Caruso (Los Angeles Lakers) got into it too. Meyers Leonard (Miami Heat) has been streaming for several months but has announced that he wants to spend more time on the platform given the situation. Even more fun, Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns) learned that the season was suspended while he was in full live on Call of Duty Warzone.

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Paul George (Los Angeles Clippers), Josh Hart (New Orleans Pelicans) or Gordon Hayward (Boston Celtics) – known to be a big fan of video games and esports – also have their Twitch channels. And the list is not exhaustive. More than a hobby, and beyond simply broadcasting its games live, the platform is a vector of social connection. It allows all these beautiful people to stay in contact with their fans in particular and to chat via chat, an essential element. For many, Twitch is nothing new. Most have started with the growth of Fortnite, over the past two years. But the current situation amplifies this phenomenon and the streaming platform, bought for just under a billion dollars by Amazon in 2014, will undoubtedly know an increase in its number of users, whether they broadcast or watch. Even if it is too early to realize the extent of the phenomenon. If the situation persists, other players could also get involved, but some clubs also. The Phoenix Suns took the lead in deciding to play the NBA season on the official simulation, NBA2K, while broadcasting the matches on Twitch. The first meeting, against the Dallas Mavericks – behind the controls, players or staff members of the NBA 2K League, the very official Virtual Championship which was to resume on March 24 -, attracted up to 12,000 people simultaneously. For the record, Dallas won. But the Suns caught up on Wednesday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Esport – NBA 2K League: Minnesota Timberwolves succeed New York Knicks"data-reactid =" 22 "> Paul George (Los Angeles Clippers), Josh Hart (New Orleans Pelicans) or Gordon Hayward (Boston Celtics) – known to be a big fan of video games and esports – also have their Twitch channels. And the list is not exhaustive. More than a hobby, and beyond simply broadcasting its games live, the platform is a vector of social connection. It allows all these beautiful people to stay in contact with their fans in particular and to chat via chat, an essential element. For many, Twitch is nothing new. Most have started with the growth of Fortnite, over the past two years. But the current situation amplifies this phenomenon and the streaming platform, bought for just under a billion dollars by Amazon in 2014, will undoubtedly know an increase in its number of users, whether they broadcast or watch. Even if it is too early to realize the extent of the phenomenon. If the situation persists, other players could also get involved, but some clubs also. The Phoenix Suns took the lead in deciding to play the NBA season on the official simulation, NBA2K, while broadcasting the matches on Twitch. The first meeting, against the Dallas Mavericks – behind the controls, players or staff members of the NBA 2K League, the very official Virtual Championship which was to resume on March 24 -, attracted up to 12,000 people simultaneously. For the record, Dallas won. But the Suns caught up on Wednesday night against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Esport – NBA 2K League: Minnesota Timberwolves succeed New York Knicks

<p class = "canvas-atom canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "On the French side of the American league, Evan Fournier or Rudy Gobert – investor in ReKT Global, an esports structure – have not yet taken the plunge. But perhaps Fabien Causeur, their compatriot from Real Madrid, could inspire them. He also created his Twitch channel at the end of last week and launches a live daily. "Data-reactid =" 24 "> On the French side of the American league, Evan Fournier or Rudy Gobert – investor of ReKT Global, a structure esportive – have not yet taken the plunge. But perhaps Fabien Causeur, their compatriot from Real Madrid, could inspire them. He too created his Twitch channel at the end of last week and starts a live daily.