Super Bowl Weekend is finally here, and anticipation is ramping up as the clash between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals draws closer. FanDuel is joining in on the excitement of the big game by hosting a special live stream event on Saturday that features huge prizes and a slew of celebrities.
FanDuel Super Bowl Live Stream Party
The amazing duo of Pat McAfee and Lisa Kerney will serve as hosts of The FanDuel Party, which is set to take place on Saturday, Feb. 12 at 8:45 p.m. ET. Sports fans can stream the event directly on YouTube, where they'll get to watch an all-star lineup of guests join in for some pre-Super Bowl fun.
The cast of celebrities joining the stream includes NFL legends like Joe Montana, Michael Irvin and Terrell Owens. That's not all, as WWE star Lexi Kaufman and Emmy nominee Anthony Anderson are among the participants as well.
FanDuel didn't round up these stars just for fun. They're pitting them against one another in games like axe throwing, tabble tennis and sumo wrestling!
And that's where the prizes come in: viewers will get to pick the winner of each game for a shot to win a share of $200K! The top 14,670 participants will win some kind of reward -- from FanDuel site credit to NFL Shop gift cards and even cash -- which means there's no reason not to tune in.
To cap things off, music superstars Wiz Khalifa and Ludacris will perform live during the stream, so there's truly something for everyone.
Check out this link for more details and the event rules.
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