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uSTADIUM Event Launch Sponsored By Samuel Adams

by Ashley | Posted on Wednesday, May 15th, 2013
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uStadium celebrated the beta launch of their revolutionary sports app in style the night of the first round of the NFL Draft.

The innovative sports app takes the concept of social networking to new limits, and allows passionate fans from all over to have a platform from which to voice their opinions to the masses. Users will be able to share video letting their true thoughts be known, without dealing with the limitations that Twitter and other sites have.

The beta launch event was an ultra social event in the heart of Manhattan, with fans meeting up to watch the draft and check out the app. Fans were treated to unlimited food and liquor while members of the New York Jets came out and interacted with them.

In attendance was Quinton Coples, Demario Davis and Muhammad Wilkerson as well as Ex Jet Damien Woody and Giants’ Prince Amukamara. Fans got a chance to rub elbows with the players as well as meet the makers of the uStadium app all while enjoying the draft on the multitude of big screen tv’s.

The app is set to release in early July via the app store (for iphone users first) for more information on the app go to their website and also follow @uStadium on twitter for updates.

The next uStadium event will be a flag football event with Santonio Holmes in July, if you’re interested in attending sign up here.

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