"A Luxury That Never Caught-On" -VS- 5mm views & 13,000 Live Viewers Watching TocTok Live on Saturday Posted on November 14, 2021 at 11:08:44 PM by Stu Neiman
Bada - I don't know if you tend to employ negativism as a world view or believe that if you did not think of it it cant be done. Admitting and being comfortable with what I don't know has always been a personal asset. Jai-Alai in the U.S. requires new eyes and new thinking.
The best example of this was a happy accident that happened just this week. As one of the new things we've been trying has been increasing our social media presence. Now I don't know much about TicToc but I do know that a video for Jai-Alai Network posted last week went viral with over 5 million views over 4 days (749,000 "likes" and nearly 4,000 comments). Now, like me you can question how this translates into regular viewers and potential bettors. That remains unknown.
But it was not a flash in the pan. On Saturday 13,000 watched live as our Executive Producer streamed H2H live and answered questions during the games. Again, it remains to be seen how this will translate but it is traction.
So again, your statement "never caught on" is factually incorrect. Just as you were incorrect about no self respecting Dania player accepting a contract at Magic City (or something similar).
This is inspired Debate Bada and to be honest I kinda like it - "point / counter-point." But you sell your views short by presenting them as facts. I suggest you employ the more frequent use of phrases like "I think," "I feel" and "I believe" in your observations. You'll come off as way less negative. Replies: