What Can the Major Broadcasters Learn from eSports?

Sports in America are finally resuming and Major League Baseball hopes to hit a grand slam with its return this week. But the games will have a different feeling than normal. But is this secretly a positive? It has long been said that the greatest innovation happens during moments of crisis, so will sports be able to break out of their decades long pattern by being available only through watching the game on tv?

Will major programmers like ESPN and FOX be able to tell the stories behind the teams in a brand new way?

Tyler Kern sat down with the Chief Commercial Officer of Super League Gaming, Matt Edleman, to discuss what traditional sports can learn from the popularity of eSports.

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