NASCAR Champions Week 66

Entertainment And Business Collide in Las Vegas at NASCAR’s...

Interview: NASCAR Driver Cole Whitt Talks The Daytona 500,...

February 25, 2015 sponsored post, sports

Sponsored Post: Skype Teamed Up With X Games Aspen To Share The Best Bits

Skype X Games Aspen

People came, they saw, they were amazed, and had a blast in Aspen for the Winter X Games. If you missed the X Games Aspen, don’t worry. With the help of Skype, fans are able to get a little closer to all of the action from the comforts of their own home.

The games might be over, but you can take pleasure in knowing that Skype is still connecting fans to exclusive X Games Aspen footage from some of today’s biggest and brightest action sports stars. Skype is offering viewers a look at the best bits of the Winter X Games including reports from their Extreme VIPs as well as video calls with X Games legend, Sage Kotsenburg, Pro boarder Taylor Gold, and freestyle ski maestro Gus Kenworthy.

Skype’s X Games Extra Show presented by Microsoft’s OneDrive and hosted by the legendary Jack Mitranilet let’s you browse through highlights while getting up close and personal with some of the world’s most extreme athletes such as Chloe Kim and Danny Davis.

VIDEO: Under The Covers with Gus Kensworthy

We all know that Skype is a great way to stay in touch with friends and family, but we must admit using it to stream video recaps of sporting events is genius. Now that you have seen an action sports star under the covers ask yourself one simple question: Where will your Skype moment take you?

If you are intrigued (and we know you are) make sure to take the jump over to to catch up with all the action you missed from the X Games Aspen 2015. To help you learn all about the ways you can use Skype to do what you love most including sharing whatever has you hyped at any given time, Skype has created where you can create and share a moment of your own.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Don't worry. We hate spam. We will protect your personal information.
Read our privacy policy