The XFL and its partner, The Spring League, wrapped up its final summer showcase. This three-day event was the final TSL showcase in which the XFL was testing potential rules for the 2020 season.
I'm sunburnt feeling awesome after today's XFL rules testing session. 5 total times testing rules. Process started a little over a year ago and we are 1 step closer to putting forward a game built directly for the fan! Best team and best partners we could ask for to but the XFL!— Sam Schwartzstein (@schwartzsteins) July 31, 2019
The next TSL showcase will take place in this fall in Atlanta Georgia September 24 to 27. The XFL will be there scouting players but not there to test out any rules. The July showcase was to be the final testing ground before the XFL finalizes their rules.
The Spring League XFL D-League
According to a report on John Wall Street, The Spring League and XFL partnership have been a profitable one. “Vince McMahon’s spring league is among TSL’s biggest clients having spent six-figures on three mini-camp like tryouts thus far.”
The report goes on to say that preliminary talks between Oliver Luck and TSL CEO Brian Woods could lead to a D-League for the XFL. “The relationship between TSL and the XFL has gone so well, that Woods said he’d had preliminary discussions ‘with Oliver about our league becoming the ‘Official D-League’ of the XFL.'”
Roster of The Spring League Players
🚨🚨🚨 OFFICIAL GAMEDAY ROSTERS 🚨🚨🚨— The Spring League (@TheSpringLeague) July 30, 2019
Here's the final roster of players that will be participating in today's #TSLShowcase Orange County II finale at @lbccvikings in partnership with @xfl2020! pic.twitter.com/HVVYQlSp6c
The Spring League Video Recap
🎵 “Wear an X on my chest …” 🎵 pic.twitter.com/I86mmA979G— XFL (@xfl2020) July 30, 2019
Speed: activated 🗣 pic.twitter.com/vd9sUhcHr6— XFL (@xfl2020) July 30, 2019
Look ma 👀🖐️ pic.twitter.com/GCA3cYYjY8— XFL (@xfl2020) July 30, 2019
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