ESPN and DisneyXD recently switched a chunk of their programming to focus on esports (competitive video gaming, drone racing, etc) and now Walt Disney World wants to bring a similar slate of esports to the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex. The ESPN WWOS Complex… Read More »Disney World looking to add esports to ESPN WWOS
Daniel Suárez, Subway ambassador and Joe Gibbs Racing driver, met children at the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Greater Charlotte. Subway has partnered with Disney and Pixar to celebrate the upcoming release of Disney•Pixar’s “Cars 3,” by hosting a special after-school event where… Read More »Daniel Suárez brings Cars 3 race car to Boys & Girls Club of Charlotte
Sunday January 17th will be a first for Orlando. The NFL Pro Bowl will be played in Camping World Stadium and televised live on ESPN. It’s a great opportunity for Central Florida to show off a bit and Disney is definitely planning to take advantage… Read More »NFL Pro Bowl to hold some events at ESPN WWOS
Are you a cord cutter, leaving cable TV behind for the new frontier of over-the-top boxes and Netflix downloads? You’re not alone. In fact, the numbers of people who never had a land-line or cable subscription is growing. This has companies like The Walt Disney… Read More »Disney giving serious look at purchase of Netflix
The setting of Disney’s new sports film Queen of Katwe is as unconventional as the setting is removed from the usual sports movie. The story follows 9-year-old Phiona Mutesi as she struggles to survive in the poverty-stricken slums ot Katwe, Uganda. Her mother, Harriet, tries… Read More »Review: Disney’s Queen of Katwe is elevated by Family and Chess
Comic books and sports. Two things that don’t typically go together and yet, Marvel and ESPN are continuing to find ways to connect the two. From magazines to short films and documentaries these two companies seem to be making the most of their shared parentage.… Read More »ESPN and Marvel Team Up before College Football Kicks Off
I’ve said for a long time now that Walt Disney World should make better us of the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex by hosting international events there. It’s not quite ready for an event the level of the Olympics, but the Invictus Games, which… Read More »Invictus games come to Walt Disney World – Tickets now on sale
Disney’s domestic theme parks are going strong according to their latest financial reports, but the international parks, not so much. There are now wide reports that overseas struggles are causing the domestic parks to trim their budgets to make up for the overseas losses. Disneyland… Read More »Are Disney’s struggles overseas impacting theme parks in the United States?