With daily routines now a thing of the past and the lives, and work habits, of many taking a dramatic shift, CasinoBeats is taking a few minutes out to enjoy a few of the brighter, quirky and touching moments that social media has served up in the last week.
So if you like a good lucky story, fancy a giggle or two or simply need any kind of sporting fix to get over the wave of cancellations, we hope the below bumper edition, due our mandatory hiatus a week ago, satisfies those cravings.
We begin with a continuation of the opening segment from a week earlier, however, with a twist to focus upon a different sport to that which has been dominating the headlines of late. Football’s return was a welcome boost for many during the current climate, with the resumption of elite level sports added to this week via National Rugby League.
Hello World 🌎
— NRL (@NRL) May 28, 2020
As the Parramatta Eels ran out convincing 34-6 victors away at the Brisbane Broncos, the conversation over artificial crowd noise was one accompaniment across social media. What’s your take?
— Twitter Moments Australia (@MomentsAU) May 28, 2020
Digital innovations have never been as desirable as they are at the moment, with sports proving to be no exception to the rule. With fans unable to attend sports events numerous examples of stadium filling exercises have commenced, step forward Denmark’s AGF Aarhus.
What steps would you take in deciding the path that your career is going to take? Well, Livingston goalkeeper Gary Maley took the decision of a new contract to a Twitter poll in a stunt designed to benefit a children’s charity.
“My DMs have gone crazy!”
Nearly 200,000 votes and a goalkeeper’s future has been decided!
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) May 27, 2020
A sporting faux-pas recently greeted FC Cincinnati when the Major League Soccer side took to social media with the news of the side’s new manager.
Knock them down
Lockdown has given millions an abundance of spare time, with numerous new hobbies crafted as a result. But what activities have you pursued when boredom sets in?
Going the extra mile
Some will go to great lengths to achieve the desired result to a perceived perfect vision, with one such example contained within the following clip.
In the final clip of the week we take a look at the lengths one father will go to to keep his young daughter entertained during the current climate.