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NFL receiver, Odell Beckham Jr., has been one of the most electrifying players in the League, both on and off the field. With his latest venture, everyone can get a little closer to the Browns’ new star.
Beckham, Wheelhouse Entertainment and Portal A have announced the launch Beckham’s YouTube Channel, a venture that will give fans a behind the scenes look into the athlete’s life.
Per the release:
Beckham and business partner Ajay Sangha will work with Wheelhouse Entertainment on groundbreaking content and production deal launching his new media company, ITN Productions.
Beckham’s original content for his YouTube Channel will be created by ITN Productions along with Wheelhouse Entertainment and award-winning digital company Portal A. The launch video will feature Beckham talking directly to his fans about his motivation for starting a channel and inviting them into his never-before-seen world where they get to meet the real Beckham. Future episodes will include a glimpse into Beckham’s new life in Cleveland, pre-season training workouts, weekly game-day cleats, and gear reviews, and much more.
“It’s amazing to launch my very own YouTube channel and give fans a behind the scenes look into my life,” Beckham said. “This collaboration between Wheelhouse Entertainment and Portal A will expand my digital presence and engagement with fans around the world.”
“In a short amount of time, Beckham has already set himself apart as a unique talent and one of the most magnetic players in the NFL,” said Wheelhouse Entertainment President Sean Cohan. “It’s no surprise that his appeal has audiences clamoring for more Beckham across a range of entertainment and lifestyle platforms, where they can see him in new arenas and get even closer to his adventurous spirit, humor and genuine charisma. We know he will be a game-changer for Wheelhouse.”
The wide receiver was selected by the New York Giants in the 2014 NFL Draft and quickly became a fan favorite. He was as named to the Pro Bowl every year in his first three seasons and has been named a second-team All-Pro twice.