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Chiefs DE Charles Omenihu Giving Away Peacock Subscriptions So Fans Can Watch Playoff Game

Chiefs DE Charles Omenihu
Chiefs DE Charles Omenihu

Saturday’s showdown between the Chiefs and the Dolphins is arguably the most intriguing matchup of the upcoming Wild Card Round, and Kansas City defensive end Charles Omenihu is going out of his way to make sure some fans of the team won’t fall victim to a frustrating programming decision.

NBC has held the rights to Sunday Night Football since 2006, and earlier this year, the network’s parent company decided to expand its horizons by inking a $110 million deal with the NFL to earn the right to air a wild card contest exclusively on Peacock.

That platform has been a bit of an afterthought in the ongoing Streaming Wars since launching in 2020, and the folks who struck the deal were obviously hoping to increase its profile (and subscriber count) by forcing football fans to sign up to watch the handful of games it got to broadcast this season.

If you subscribe to the idea that all press is good press, it appears to have been a pretty solid investment thanks to the many angry fans who’ve hopped online to complain about being forced to pay for Peacock in order to watch their team play.

When the playoff picture was solidified on Sunday, we were treated to the latest wave of complaints after the NFL announced the vast majority of viewers will have to turn to Peacock in order to watch the showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Miami Dolphins (fans in both of those markets will be able to tune into their local NBC affiliate).

Chiefs defensive end Charles Omenihu spoke for plenty of people when he said it was “insane” to put the contest on the platform, and on Tuesday, he announced he’ll be giving away 90 three-month subscriptions to Peacock to the fans who can best explain why they deserve one.

That’s how you give back to your supporters.

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