YouTube TV’s multiview feature returns for the NFL Draft

Apr 28, 2023, 12:20 PM UTC
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YouTube TV's multiview feature returns for the NFL Draft
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YouTube TV has announced the return of multiview for the upcoming NFL Draft, after a successful test run during the March Madness tournament. With this feature, viewers will be able to watch up to four different streams at once, all on a single screen. This marks yet another step towards the full launch of the feature during the NFL season.

The NFL Draft is an important event for football fans, as it is where teams select new players to join their roster. With multiview, viewers can keep up with multiple teams and their picks in real-time, without having to switch between different streams. This is especially useful for fans who are interested in multiple teams, or who want to keep an eye on the overall draft picture.

The multiview feature has been well-received by viewers, as it allows them to customize their viewing experience and watch more of what they’re interested in. During the March Madness tournament, for example, viewers could watch multiple games at once, or focus on a single game with different camera angles.

Related: How to use YouTube TV’s Multiview feature

With the return of multiview for the NFL Draft, YouTube TV is likely testing the feature ahead of a full launch during the NFL season. If successful, this could be a game-changer for football fans, who will be able to keep up with multiple games and teams at once.

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