Esports continues to dominate the world of self-isolation, this time with EA Sports’ Madden NFL 20 taking the spotlight on ESPN2. The 2020 Madden Bowl is coming up soon, and with a lack of in person sporting events taking place, is likely to see even more interest than usual.
ESPN2 kicked off a month full of Madden with five hours of back-to-back play on Sunday April 27, including a celebrity Madden NFL 20 tournament for charity, the Madden Bowl Last Chance Qualifier, and the first two episodes of the Road to Madden Bowl mini-series.
If you missed watching live, you can catch the Last Chance Qualifiers on the Madden Twitch account, while the Road To Madden will only be available on ESPN2 for now, with re-runs on April 28 starting at 11 PM EST. The third and final episode will air on May 2 at 11 AM EST.
All of this is leading up to the Madden Bowl finals, which will take place on May 16 on ESPN, Twitch, and YouTube. The action will start on Thursday May 14 with the Wild Card Play, followed by the Quarterfinals on Friday and the Semis and Grand finals happening on Saturday.
The Madden NFL 20 Bowl is the crowning event in the Madden Championship Season, with the game’s top players competing for a $220,000 prize pool.
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