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Enthusiast Gaming has teamed up with the NFL for NFL Tuesday Night Gaming competition

It'll see players and content creators playing against one another over the duration of the 2022-23 season.

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Fans of the NFL will be more than aware that we're less than two weeks away from the start of the 2022-23 season, and with this being the case, the NFL has announced a new partnership with Enthusiast Gaming, one that will see the pair hosting a weekly competition series.

Known as NFL Tuesday Night Gaming, this will see a "rotating roster of 12 NFL players or Legends and 6 gaming creators competing across three game titles each week in an exciting new format," and will start as soon as September 13.

We're told that after each week, teams will be ranked, with the top four teams qualifying for a single-elimination playoff, where the chance to be crowned inaugural champion will be offered.

"The NFL is excited to collaborate with Enthusiast Gaming on this first-of-its-kind content series for the League," said Joe Ruggiero, SVP of consumer products at the NFL. "NFL Tuesday Night Gaming will be a unique addition to our weekly schedule that embraces the broader gaming community through an entertaining mix of NFL stars and video gaming culture."

There will also be weekly live streamed gameplay, plays of the week, highlights, and more, all of which will use the NFL's size and Enthusiast's network to produce.

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