Rapid advances in technology have influenced the ways in which consumers experience live events, both in person and via television. One of the most prevalent of recent trends has been an increase in the use of “second screens,” or the simultaneous consumption of an event and use of an electronic device, such as a smartphone or tablet (Galily 2014). A recent study of US consumers found that 86 % said they participated in multitasking during television consumption, up from 72 % in 2011 (Deloitte 2014). Research has suggested that this trend is particularly pervasive among sport fans (Gantz and Lewis 2014). There are a number of entertainment options available to sports fans via such devices, including accessing statistical information about the event, viewing other camera angles, and participating with other fans on social media.