While the National Hockey League
season remains paused, sports fans are desperate for something to watch. Enter the first-ever NHL Player Gaming Challenge, presented by Honda and in coordination with ESL Gaming starting
April 30. The league's latest #HockeyAtHome event will feature 50 NHL players representing all 31 teams, including the NHL’s newest franchise in Seattle. Honda, the NHL’s
Official Automotive Partner in the United States and Canada, has supported the league’s esports initiatives since the inception of the NHL Gaming World Championship in 2018. The regular
season was originally scheduled to end on April 4 and the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs would have originally begun a few days afterwards, with the Stanley Cup Finals held in late May and early
June. advertisementadvertisementDuring the Stanley Cup playoffs, Honda would have been the only automotive partner, with signage featured on sideboards at all hockey arenas.
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