Texas Soccer Stars Sign NIL Dream Player Deal With Fortnite


Quinn Ewers and Xavier Worthy will help bring Texas football back with the help of Fortnite.

Texas soccer players Quinn Ewers and Xavier Worthy have teamed up with Fornite in an NIL deal.

Ewers has yet to play a game for the Longhorns, but everything is bigger in Texas, especially with Fortnite. With Hank Hill blowing a joint at Arlen about a dang vidya game, surely Ewers and Worthy are worthy of the opportunity to promote the popular video game series. Athletes play a ton of video games in their downtime, so big players from big brands teaming up isn’t a surprise.

Here’s the clip Ewers tweeted Wednesday afternoon about his work with Fortnite.

Texas football players Quinn Ewers and Xavier Worthy land Fortnite NIL deal

Without a doubt, this is a big year for Texas. This is Steve Sarkisian’s second season in Austin. After failing to reach a bowling game in his freshman year on the job, all the pressure is on him to turn the tide before Texas levels up and joins the SEC. Ewers was a former five-star quarterback who left high school a year early to go to Ohio State. Now he is back in his home country.

Ewers will battle Hudson Card for playing time this season. Texas is also at the heart of the Arch Manning competition. As long as Ewers and Worthy can develop a great relationship, not just on the flat screen, but on the football field, Texas has a chance to be back in more than the metaverse. In the meantime, let college kids be well-paid college kids.

Everything is bigger in Texas and that just means more in the SEC, so it had to happen.

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