If it isn't in the media, how do you think the mainstream will know of it? It's simply not gaining any attention at all, except to you...do you know how advertising works? Lol
Futhermore, do you think XBO commercials are going to feature games or NFL fantasy football? I rest my case...come back to reality okay?
No but when they take a break they will have a xbox one there showing what it can do. All the ESPN shows about fantasy football pics. Do you know how many sports radio stations are out there. The point being they won't talk about it tell it's launched. Football essentially starts next week.
I do advertising smart guy. So you need to come back to reality.
If you don't think this, you are the one that is lost.
Microsoft Woos Sports Fans with Extensive Fantasy Football Content for Xbox One
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Microsoft, you have our attention.
A video-game-mad world sat with eager anticipation Tuesday when Microsoft announced its next console, Xbox One. As we would soon learn, there is indeed a great deal involved to interest sports fans.
Mashable brings what has to be amazing news for fantasy football owners who were already planning on plunking down a handsome sum to get the console whenever it releases.
One of the most interesting developments is that the NFL will partner with Microsoft to bring exclusive content to the system as well as to an owner's "tablet and smartphone apps that ties the TV experience in with your fantasy league teams."
In the simplest of terms, users will be able to watch live games and get updates on their fantasy teams all on the same TV screen.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell had this to say, via Mashable.
From the use of instant replay to the yellow first-down line that has become an important element of the at-home television viewing experience, the NFL is committed to leveraging technology to improve our game for coaches, players and fans. We're thrilled to be teaming with a true innovator like Microsoft to shape the future of the NFL game experience, both on-field and in the living room.
The following video hints at what one might expect from the marriage of NFL coverage and Xbox One's software.