2020 NFL Draft Live Coverage Plan (starts a little before 8pmET draft start)…
We will be on Twitch (.com/app) this draft year, broadcasting/reacting live to the NFL Draft. We’re planning for a two-night event – day one and day two of the three-day draft experience for subscribers.
You can watch it live or you can watch it on-demand any time after the events.
We’ll have R.C. + Bet The Close Podcast’s Chris Bilello and longtime friend of FFM/CFM, draft analyst Ross Jacobs – the trio will be reacting, predicting, cajoling over the NFL and Fantasy implications of each draft pick…and seeing how their real-life draft bets placed end up turning out and helping you live bet (if you want, check your outlets to bet the draft) all things NFL Draft as events unfold.
How can you watch?
-- Go to the Fantasy Football Metrics/’ffmetrics’ channel on Twitch at approx. 7:45pmET (or whenever you want) as we get set up for the 8pmET draft start, and we go all the way to the end of the proceedings.
-- You don’t need a Twitch account to watch, but you do need one if you want to participate in the live chat. It’s free to sign up, and it’s an Amazon company…so I believe you can use your Amazon info if you desire. Sign up early and test that you are able to watch Twitch if you are new to it. Honestly – it is easy. Hit ‘Follow’ for our FFM channel and you’ll get a phone alert (if you have the Twitch app) the moment our show goes live.
On the chat function within Twitch you can see everyone’s activity in real-time – and you can send your questions (draft or fantasy or whatever), make snarky comments about things on ESPN and NFL Network, predict the picks, share your outrage when your favorite team makes a stupid pick, etc.
Mock Draft King Xavier Cromartie is planned to be in the chat room, and we’ll be watching how his mock draft submission in the national expert Huddle contest is going and will get some of his expert analysis on things in the chat room.
-- You can watch Twitch several ways…
On your phone or tablet via the Twitch App…while you have ESPN or NFL on your TV/computer.
On your computer via the Twitch website.
On your TV that has ‘App’/Twitch access (and it’s a massive platform so it is everywhere) – Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Chromecast, etc. -- AND you can bump ESPN and NFL to your phone or computer, as they deserve as we are on your big TV! Or go with a two TV setup with Amazon Fire, etc., on one watching us along with ESPN/NFL (silenced, I assume).
Any questions? Email RC at email@example.com