It’s rare that a professional sports league’s “all-star” game or contests can capture the collective attention of their fans. The best they can do is to showcase a product that has portions designed to attract as many viewers as possible. Which is why most all-star portions of a given league are “events” rather than a single game.
And the NFL’s Pro Bowl is no different, although it will look very different this year. For those of you either aware or in some cases too aware of the platform that E-Sports has brought us, you can probably move on to other things. But for those of you not yet on
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