Super Bowl Sunday just got even more competitive.
Can anyone keep up with Shaq?
The NBA Hall of Famer has been on a tear since emerging as a star in the dance music world, releasing music with the likes of Wuki, Nitti Gritti, and NGHTMRE while simultaneously hosting his wild Shaq’s Fun House events. Instead of his yearly Super Bowl party, Shaq is now returning with a “bowl” of his own.
Shaq’s competing event, aptly titled the SHAQ Bowl, will take place on February 7th, beginning at 3PM ET (12PM PT). Streamed live on Facebook, the SHAQ Bowl will consist of two teams representing this year’s Super Bowl competitors, the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The former will include Diplo, Ezekiel Elliott, Olivia Culpo, Quavo, Steve-O, and The Miz while the latter boasts Anthony Anderson, Drew McIntyre, Nelly, Offset, Tim Tebow, and Winnie Harlow on their roster.
Additionally, Migos, Bryson Tiller, and Shaq himself are all set to take the stage with live performances. Former NFL players Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens will be hosting alongside Sara Walsh and Carnage. For anyone who needs a change of pace from the usual Super Bowl Sunday routine, the SHAQ Bowl is looking like an excellent addition.