Creative Boy Names was created by ESPN personality Adam Schefter, who, along with former NFL great Mike Francesa, created the game in 2009 to help promote his show.
The app has since grown to more than 1.5 million downloads and generated a whopping $4.5 billion in revenue, according to the company.
The app allows users to input their own name for the game and it is then played on the big screen by a narrator who narrates the game using a live stream from a nearby computer or tablet.
The game was originally intended to be used by athletes to promote their respective companies and is one of many ways the game has been used to promote sporting events, like the Super Bowl and the NCAA basketball tournament.
“It is not a bad idea,” Schefter told the New York Times about the game.
“We do it all the time, just as we would do a film or a TV show.”
The game is also a fun way to pass time while watching other sports.
“I love it,” former NFL player Eric Reid said.
“I can’t stop playing.”
Schefter has been critical of the current format of the game, arguing that it could be better.
The current format, for instance, allows players to take the field for only five minutes, meaning that the game ends when the time limit expires.
“This is a lot of people’s favorite sports game.
It’s a good game.
I don’t understand why people hate it,” Schefters said on his podcast last year.
“It’s a game.
There’s no reason why you should have to play a game for a few minutes.
You have to go back and play it again.
The players, the coaches, the referees and the announcers should all be there and playing, playing, for as long as you want.
This is a good sport.
There are no excuses.”
While the current game format is not perfect, the game is currently available on iOS, Android, Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV.
The next edition of the app is slated to launch in January 2020.