Sunday, July 31, 2016

Examples of Ultimate Score Reporting via Twitter

Though overall reporting of ultimate scores via social media still needs improving, there are recent examples that deserve attention. First, thank you to teams live-tweeting games. For those club ultimate teams already live tweeting your game, then PLEASE consider your audience when your game finishes.

More information (beyond the final score) about your game is recommended and encouraged.

At a minimum, give the final score + the name of the other team.
Next level: final score + halftime score + the name of the other team.

Moving up another score+ halftime score + brief recap + opponent.
Wow! Final score + halftime scores + opponent + brief recap by video.

Know of more examples? Please share!

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