#RiseTogether NBA Live ’16 Preview Party Recap at Terminal 23

This past weekend celebrities, influencers and gaming enthusiast gathered for the invite-only #RISETOGETHER NBA LIVE 16 preview party at Terminal 23 in Midtown Manhattan.


NBA All-Star and NBA LIVE 16 cover athlete Russell Westbrook joined guests in testing out the game’s newest features, graphics and gameplay. Each guest was also given an opportunity to shoot hoops at the exclusive gym – which was transformed into a co-branded party space.
EA SPORTS developers were on hand to give guests tutorials of the game, including its new Pro-AM features. On Tuesday September 15th, the public will be able to access a complimentary demo of NBA LIVE 16’s new Pro-AM feature. The game officially releases on September 29th across multiple platforms. Event attendees sipped cocktails and enjoyed small bites while listening to the sounds of internationally known DJ, MICK and viewing a special performance by rap icon Jadakiss. Other celebrities in attendance included Jim Jones, Maino, LaLa Anthony,  Treach, Chandler Parson, Naturel and Mr. Goldstein. Check out images from the event below and get more info at easports.com/nba-live the demo for NBA Live 16 is now available for play.






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Opening Day in Baseball: May the Odds be in your favor


Opening Day is Baseball’s version of the Super Bowl for every single team. All across the country from Boston, Massachusetts to San Diego, California are getting ready to open their gates to kick off the season. Every team in the league has the dream of being a contender for the title. Every team feels that they can win it all. Sadly Vegas doesn’t work in that type of fantasy. Vegas odds project that the team with the best odds to win the World Series is the Washington Nationals at 6-1. Not to far behind include the Los Angles Dodgers (17-2), the Boston Red Sox (10-1), and the Seatttle Mariners (12-1). Teams will the longest odds to win include the Tampa Bay Rays (66-1), and the Philadelphia Phillies (150-1). But baseball isn’t simply played on paper. Injuries, trades, and bad play all effect wither a team can meet its’ potential, or crumble under pressure. That is why they play the game. This season will be filled with home runs, no hitters, and walks off hits. So it’s almost that time for everyone to “Play Ball.”

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