Twitter Reacts to Heroes of the Dorm
Wtf is ESPN 2 showing
— Dom Corleone?? (@_DomKM) April 11, 2016
What is this nerd shit on @ESPN 2? Get this off my screen man.
— ? (@Peestainn) April 11, 2016
First it was women analyzing men sports, now league of legends is being broadcasted. ESPN is compromised.
— Evan Perez (@evaricooper5) April 11, 2016
Can anyone explain to me why there is an online video game tournament full of nerds on ESPN right now? #Bringinthetruckoftomatoes
— Alec Hallgarth (@Hallgarth_Alec) April 11, 2016
Don't get me wrong i love video games but not sure when gaming became espn worthy complete with commentary... Just saying.
— Peter S (@chefpetie1) April 11, 2016
Currently watching college children play an online video game, on ESPN. This apparently is now a collegiate sport.
— Ryan Lewis (@RyanLewisRacing) April 11, 2016
— Stacey Wiggers (@StaceyWiggers) April 11, 2016
Ok holy heck are you kidding me not only is it gaming on ESPN but it's not even COD or something interesting.....— Broox.i3ell (@BrooksBell2) April 11, 2016
This guy wasn't sure if ESPN knew what it was doing.
@espn did you know that there are video games on the deuce right now?
— Colin Barron (@Colin_Barron) April 11, 2016
One Heroes of the Storm fan made a good point about the finals being aired on ESPN: people without cable can't watch. Esports are generally streamed on Twitch, but Heroes of the Dorm was not.
@BlizzHeroes Never again should you work with ESPN. Most of ur fan are not able to watch live as they have for before the semifinals.
— Corry Conley (@donie1989) April 11, 2016
However, not everyone was upset about Heroes of the Storm being broadcasted on ESPN.
Yes! College gaming on ESPN 2
— Matt Sell (@MattSell5) April 11, 2016
Video games on ESPN 2 and video game league starting this month on tbs #thefuture
— David Ianiro ? (@DIaniro_Nine) April 11, 2016
5:10pm: discovered the existence of "Heroes of the Dorm."
5:45pm: completely obsessed with "Heroes of the Dorm."
— Seve Canales (@00Seve) April 11, 2016
— Jim Thome (@IJoeMcMahonI) April 11, 2016
I'm not mad that video game championships are on ESPN, I'm mad that they have more fans there than any of our volleyball games— Collin Sheehan (@SheehanCollin) April 11, 2016
One guy had a pretty good suggestion for people upset about what they were seeing.
ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, ESPNU, ESPN News, ESPN Radio, ESPN3. If you don't like what's on ESPN2, you'll find something you like on another channel.
— Shane Chernoff (@shanechernoff) April 11, 2016