Paddy Power sitcom , The Var Room , released its third episode showcasing the legal processes going on behind the scenes when the VAR team does something seriously wrong.
The series, which first aired on June 16, is the second sitcom developed by the Irish bookmaker after last year's mini - series "Talisman" which talks about Frank Tank , abstract mascot of Basildon Athletic.
The 23-minute show airs on Virgin Media Two and is an extension of Paddy Power's usual marketing strategy, which often includes parodies and satirical videos, such as a recent session with a cameraman's "fan banner hotline" or an interview with a former England. the legends discuss their famous "victory" at Euro 1996.
In addition, FanDenial firms The series has proved popular with sports fans and bettors as it nonchalantly scrolls through football followers' comments on social media, showcasing the good, the bad and the ugly.
Starring Anthony Richardson, Tendai Jembere, Ashley Margolis and Mark Davison, written by Steven Quick and Noel Slevin, the latest episode of The VAR Room followed the team as they tried to keep their jobs after playing during the match while distracted by recording dance TikTok video.
Throughout the show, referees acted as guests Mark Clattenburg and football legends Teddy Sheringham , Paul Ince and Alan Curbishley .
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The satirical showcase of Paddy Power's post continues from the latest VAR room, first appearing on GamblingTV.com.