Microsoft’s First TV Series “Every Street United” Going Live On Xbox From Tomorrow

Microsoft has planned lots of interactive TV series and original content for Xbox users. The first of them titled Every Street United,” is an unscripted series involving football players is going live from tomorrow. You can download the “Every Street United” app on Xbox One and Xbox 360 to get interactive features and enjoy the show tomorrow.

Between matches, fans can tune in to “Every Street United” to get their football fix. Premiering on June 15, “Every Street United,” is an unscripted series featuring legendary football players Thierry Henry and Edgar Davids, who scout football’s most gifted, undiscovered street stars across eight countries for a chance to compete in a 4v4 street game in Rio de Janeiro.

Travel to the United States, England, Argentina, Spain, Brazil, the Netherlands, Ghana and South Korea as Henry and Davids seek out the talented young players who will represent their countries. Hear the players’ touching personal stories, watch epic training sequences, and feel the passion as the players train and prepare for the game of their lives in Brazil.

“Every Street United” premieres on Sunday, June 15, 2014 on Xbox. Watch virtually anywhere on Xbox Video, or download the “Every Street United” app on Xbox One and Xbox 360 to get interactive features that leverage Xbox technology and the vibrant Xbox Live social community. Dive into bonus footage, connect with soccer fans around the world through interactive polling, and immerse yourself in an innovative hidden-object game, only on Xbox. An Xbox Live Gold membership is not required.

For more information, visit http://www.xbox.com/entertainment/every-street-united

via: Neowin

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  • http://scalevate.com/ PoohGQ

    And there it is.. They could’ve mentioned something about at E3 but they didn’t..

    • Blaze Blue

      Because e3 is about games

    • Liberal Republic

      Damned if they do and damned if they don’t. Tech media is anti-Microsoft. Last year they blamed Microsoft for making Xbox an entertainment device and this year they are blaming Microsoft for highlighting games.