4 not so obvious athlete branded games

Famous athletes endorse all kinds of things, from the common sport brands to some bizarre smile exercise machines from Japan. Games for consoles or mobile devices are one of them. While you might have heard of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater (skateboarding) or Tiger Wood’s PGA Tour (golf), how often do you think a pro athlete endorses a game that has nothing to do with the sport they play?

In this post we will look at 4 athletes who have endorsed games that have nothing to do with the sport they are famous for.

1. Letters of Boom – Richard Sherman

The latest superstar to release a video game with his name on it is NFL’s Richard Sherman. It has nothing to do with the NFL or a field of any kind.

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Things NFL teams are doing to fill their stadium seats

The NFL recorded its lowest ever attendance levels in 2011, the lowest since 1998. A post from 2012 showed that a 782,499 people attendance drop from 2007 and 2011 equated to roughly $60 million in lost revenue.

Even the NCAA’s (college football) attendance was healthier than the NFL’s in the 2013 season. The NCAA recorded a record breaking stat for their 2013 season of 50.3 million people attending, with an overall attendance of over 97%.

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