Are you streaming the NCAA Tournament at work? | The Tylt
Are you streaming the NCAA Tournament at work?
What sparks joy: the NCAA Tournament that gives fans buzzer-beaters, upsets and great games, or work? Yeah, that's what I thought.
The NCAA Tournament only rolls around once a year. Taking time to enjoy the tournament by streaming at work is not only normal, it's American. There nothing better than getting over on a workplace that uses responsibilities to lord over you. Sneaking in a game at work is a great way to maintain your sanity while sticking it to whatever corporation that won't even notice a few hours of down productivity. CBS even created a "boss button" so you can enjoy a game and switch to a screen full of graphs if get suspicious.
It's nice having income, right? Maybe you shouldn't risk that for a basketball tournament.
Being an adult is tough, but nothing compared to being an adult without money. Streaming the NCAA Tournament might seem like a good idea, but the chance of getting caught is big, especially if you're too busy watching the game to notice your boss sneaking up behind you. You may be tempted to stream at work, but waiting until you get home where you won't get fired for watching is probably the better move.
It's just a basketball tournament. Don't risk your job by streaming.