ESPN gives parlor ‘social network’ status

ESPN has given parlor a social network status, a move that could have ramifications for how other sports-oriented platforms such as Twitter and Facebook respond to the rise of social networks.

Parlor, a game that lets you compete in social competitions, has long been the subject of controversy, with the game’s creator, Nick Szabo, facing an ethics investigation.

It was eventually suspended from social media following an outcry and a complaint from former players.

Parlar, a social-media platform, will now be available on parlor.com.

ESPN is now letting the game go social.

“This decision will not affect our commitment to our partnerships with our partners or the future of parlor,” said a statement released Wednesday by Parlor.

The move marks the first time a sports-focused social network has gained full-fledged status in the industry, and it will likely serve as a tipping point for other companies to consider what kind of social platforms they want to partner with. “

It’s clear that many fans value our ability to engage with others, and Parlor is well-positioned to deliver the most interactive sports experiences for our loyal players and fans.”

The move marks the first time a sports-focused social network has gained full-fledged status in the industry, and it will likely serve as a tipping point for other companies to consider what kind of social platforms they want to partner with.

“I think this is a big deal, because we’ve never had a platform like this in sports,” said Rob McQuown, senior VP at marketing at Parlor (PAL).

Parlor’s social-network status is an acknowledgment that it can be a valuable asset to its community, but it could also set a precedent for other sports organizations to consider making similar moves. “

Parlor will be a great platform for the community to interact with other sports fans, and there’s nothing better than having your friends who are also fans of the game and you can go to their social media channels and have those conversations.”

Parlor’s social-network status is an acknowledgment that it can be a valuable asset to its community, but it could also set a precedent for other sports organizations to consider making similar moves.

Parler already has over 2 million fans on Facebook and Twitter, according to the company.

Parla’s announcement follows the same pattern as Facebook and Instagram.

The social-platforms will soon also be adding more sports-specific games to their platforms, including the NBA and NFL.

Parlors games are also available on Twitter, a site owned by Facebook that has more than 140 million followers.

Parlos games are now available on Snapchat, a platform owned by Twitter.