Blizzard reveals details of upcoming Overwatch League season, consumers overwhelmed by growing number of TV shows and GrubHub finds success on Snapchat.
Activision Blizzard revealed the details of its upcoming Overwatch League season at its annual fan event BlizzCon in Anaheim, VentureBeat reports. The first match kicks off on Jan. 10, and 12 teams will compete throughout the season for a spot in the playoffs, which start on July 11.
While Hulu, Netflix, Amazon and Apple load up on original series, a new survey indicates U.S. viewers may have already had their fill of content, Variety reports. Asked whether “there are so many TV programs to choose from that it’s hard to know where to start,” nearly half of respondents either strongly agreed or somewhat agreed.
GrubHub has found success reaching its key demographic, college students, on Snapchat, DigiDay reports. The delivery service has used Snapchat in a variety of ways, including using Snapchat to drive brand awareness through a scavenger hunt, Snap Ads and geofilter campaigns.
Technology reporter Garrett Reim can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @garrettreim for the latest in L.A. tech news.
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