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Sports and pizza. Two things that go great together like peanut butter and jelly, chips and salsa, or me and a Sports Illustrated swimsuit model. It is these pairings – especially sports and pizza – that help bring people together no matter their differing views of which team or player is the best. Sports and pizza can make any rivalry much easier to deal with no matter how much passion each fan brings to the table.

And who doesn’t like a little healthy competition? When it comes to cheering on your favorite sports team, it’s always more fun to share that spirit of excitement and camaraderie with a group of friends. And hey, throwing a pizza or two into the mix can make things even better!

Domino’s Pizza has teamed up with the web series, The Support Group, to bring you a hilarious look at sports competition in the workplace. And while the series focuses on European football (soccer to the rest of us), we can all relate to these guys as they tease and taunt one another as their teams win and lose.

Along with the witty sports banter, The Support Group also incorporates plenty of witty, and dry humor that you’d expect from an English-based series. And there’s plenty of laugh out loud moments throughout this first episode of the series. If you like shows on BBC or BBC America, this is definitely a web series for you!

So grab a Domino’s pizza, your favorite team’s sports jersey, and get ready to laugh with The Support Group each week!

Check out the first episode below!

This post sponsored by Domino’s Pizza.

Majesco teams with NBA to develop new franchise

The new NBA video game is scheduled for commercial release in spring 2012.


EDISON, N.J., June 7th, 2011 – Majesco Entertainment Company (NASDAQ:COOL), an innovative provider of video games for the mass market, today announced that it has teamed with the National Basketball Association (NBA) to begin development of an original video game basketball franchise.

The new NBA video game, which will be unlike most traditional sports video games, is scheduled for commercial release in spring 2012. Utilizing motion-based gaming technology, the game will be a fun and casual interactive experience.

“Majesco consumers are interested in branded gameplay, and we are excited to be teaming with a global brand like the NBA, to develop a unique and fun gaming experience,”said Jesse Sutton, Chief Executive Officer, Majesco.