The city of Las Vegas is set to be agog with activities of the National Finals Rodeo (NFR), 2019. Yes! It is about time for the convention of the best professional Rodeo players.
Every year, top professional Rodeo players converge in Las Vegas for the finals of the highly revered championship. Organized by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association (PRCA), the event features winners from individual States’ Rodeo games over the season.
The awards are enormous, the games are always intriguing, and the grand prize is worth a massive $10 million. The overall winner will emerge from the cumulation of all the money won during the pre-NFR games and the 10-days NFR tourney. Cowboys and girls, top professional rodeo players, and Rodeo Fans are whining up their preparations towards the event. They are set to swarm the Thomas and Mack event center in Las Vegas with beautifully coloured Wrangler Jeans, and cowboy hats.
Fans at home are getting prepared to watch NFR streaming and the Live games on various TV channels.
Here, we offer updates on the Live streaming of the NFR, official broadcast, and the event schedule.
- Date: 5th December to 14th December 2019
- Time: 10pm to 1 am
- Venue: Thomas & Mack center, Las Vegas
Official Broadcaster of the Wrangler NFR 2019
The NFR parades talented and well-cultured broadcasters. For five consecutive years, Randy Corley, and Wayne Brooks have been mesmerizing fans and viewers with professional official broadcast announcements. This year will be their sixth time, and the duo will be joined by Roger Mooney who will beef up the official Broadcasting team. It promises to be very exciting and rewarding.
The official Broadcasting channel of the Wrangler NFR, 2019
The official broadcasting right for this year’s Wrangler NFR games has been assigned to CBS sports network. Live games of the NFR, 2019 will be delivered to millions of Rodeo fans within and outside of United States from 5th December to 14th December. The games will be played over the network between 7 pm and 10 pm daily. Fans at home will be glued to their screens. Rodeo fans who have not subscribed to the CBS network can watch the games at bars, casinos, and restaurants close to them. The fans are eager to cheer their favorite Cowboys and girls to victory. The Rodeo spirit will fill the atmosphere, the games will be exciting, while the coverage and the interviews will be very entertaining.