Video games will be a top option for Chicago Bulls fans to pass the time while the season is on hold for what looks like at least another eight weeks.
Video games will be one of the popular options to pass the time for people all around the world in the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic and containment precautions. Chicago Bulls and NBA fans in general will have a good amount of time to pass given the hiatus on the 2019-20 regular season and a lot of phases of life getting put on pause for a while.
The Bulls last played an actual game on March 10, when they downed the Central Division foe Cleveland Cavaliers at home at the United Center by the final score of 108-103. The NBA would announce it would be suspending its season for the time being the following day after Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for COVID-19. March 11 would be the final day of games before the season would be placed on pause.
We really have no idea when the NBA, or other professional sports leagues domestically for that matter, will realistically start back up. With that in mind, basketball fans need to find the best way to entertain themselves since actual sports aren’t happening.
Video games are going to be a common way for sports fans in particular to pass the time. There’s also competitive organizations like 2K League that could possibly start up sooner than the NBA does.
What other video games are out there that could distract Bulls fans from the lack of actual NBA game action in the meantime?
Here’s a look into three video games that Chicago Bulls fans can use to entertain themselves and pass the time in the midst of the COVID-19 scare.