PRIME GAMING’S CROWN CHANNEL PRESENTS WTF: AN ALMOST REAL SPORTS SHOW
Hosted by Erin Ashley Simon and Ahman Green, WTF features interactive sports discussions, sports-themed game challenges and the Ultimate Fantasy League
WTF premieres on Crown Channel on April 8 at 5 p.m. PT
Seattle, WA – April 5, 2021 – Get ready for the ultimate spring fantasy sports show. Prime Gaming’s Crown Channel is teeing up sports-related shenanigans with WTF: an almost real sports show, a four-part live interactive fantasy sports and video game show. Premiering April 8 and airing weekly on Thursdays, WTF is hosted by gaming personality Erin Ashley Simon and former Green Bay Packers running back Ahman Green, with surprise special guests. During each 2-hour episode of WTF, Simon and Green will lead lively sports debates and challenge one another in sports-themed games.
Here’s what to expect on WTF: an almost real sports show:
Ultimate Fantasy League: Sure, you’ve played fantasy football … but what about fantasy hockey-gymnastics-golf? UFL is a weekly fantasy sports league where viewers make their picks from across the sports landscape; WTF uses a Twitch extension – only found on the Crown Channel – that lets viewers participate, track their results and compare with people around the world.
Ultimate What Ifs: If there’s anything sports fans love more than sports, it’s arguing about them. Ultimate What Ifs features Simon, Green, and their guests taking on hot topics like, “What if you could have the 1996 Bulls play the 2017 Warriors?” They’ll take it a step further and use games like NBA 2K21, Madden, MLB the Show and FIFA to simulate various scenarios and support their arguments.
Throughout WTF, viewers can join in the fun and express their opinions and thoughts in real-time via Twitch chat.
Tune in to WTF: an almost real sports show beginning on Thursday, April 8 at 8:00 p.m. ET / 5:00 p.m. PT on twitch.tv/crown, and follow Crown Channel on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for the latest program updates.