When the WNBA kicks off its 25th season on May 14, fans will have more opportunities to watch online. The League has announced its announcement schedule Monday, in preparation for all the games that have made their way to the rankings.
Initially, Twitter will show 12 games, as the company plans to include tweets from fans on its radio. WNBA is set to oversee the company’s Atlanta Dream and Indiana Fever matchup on May 21. Facebook, meanwhile, will stream 20 to its Watch Tower and Oculus examination and Investigation 2 headphones, with 15 of them appearing before the WNBA take a break from the season so that athletes can take part in the Tokyo Olympics. Finally, ViacomCBS will announce up to three games per Requirements +. If you want to catch as many matches as you can, WNBA League Pass that’s the way to go. The $ 17 package will reach 110 games this season.
WNBA season 25 will also mark a fresh start a partnership with Google. Following AT&T, Deloitte and Nike, the company has signed up to be one of the so-called “Changemakers.” This is a role that will see professional professionals work with the WNBA to develop advertising strategies, community programs and, interestingly, new “new experiences”. Naturally, Google will also provide the NBA with expertise and be a supporting head for its biggest performances throughout the season, including the next 25 of 25 ABC and ESPN series that will see the two promoters progress beyond twelve – annual games nationwide.
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