By Marty Gordon
Virginia Tech receiver Tre Turner has announced a deal with the YOKE Gaming App, and linebacker Keshon Artis has announced a partnership with MS Alliance.
Turner said in a Twitter post he has agreed to a deal with the YOKE Gaming App, a platform for all gamers to hit the sticks with the biggest stars in sports. The app boasts, “All your favorite stars are now gaming with their fans in one place. Download YOKE to join athletes or beat them at their own game.”
Fans buy YOKE Coins, challenge one of the online participating athletes to a game (for Madden, this costs about $5) and, if the athlete accepts, the fan then joins the athlete on video chat as and they play with or against each other online
Popular games played through YOKE include Warzone, NBA 2K, and Fortnite.