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WATCH LIVE: Detroit Lions center Graham Glasgow plays Fortnite with Pride of Detroit

The fun starts at 6 p.m. ET

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There’s only one week of offseason left before the Detroit Lions open up training camp and the preseason will officially be upon us.

So while the players still have a little bit of free time, we wanted to see if we could do another video game session with a Lion. Back in January, Alex Reno and I played almost three hours of Fortnite with Graham Glasgow, and it’s finally time for a sequel.

Starting at 6 p.m. ET tonight (Tuesday), the gang is getting back together to play some games, and you can watch us all LIVE. If you are unaware, Pride of Detroit has its own Twitch channel, which gives us the opportunity to chat with our audience about the Detroit Lions while playing some video games. We also occasionally just have Lions chats, much like we used to with Facebook Live.

So at 6 p.m. be sure to head on over to our Twitch page ( You’ll have an opportunity to watch Graham play and ask him any questions you may have about him and the upcoming season. If you haven’t already, sign up for a free twitch account here so that you can chat with us at 6!

We’ll also embed a stream of the session here in the page below.

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