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Angry Birds - BirLd Cup

By Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 5+

YouTube competition series misses goal with poor format.

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This YouTube Premium series piggybacks on the popularity of the 2018 World Cup with its somewhat odd pairing of the Angry Birds brand and professional soccer. The involvement of the pro players will draw young fans, but the overall presentation leaves a lot to be desired. With episodes only a few minutes in length, there's very little time to show team development, skills improvement, complex challenges, or even quality interaction between the mentors and the young players relative to the game of soccer.

On a human-interest level, Angry Birds - BirLd Cup is a unique advertisement for the sport and the momentous event of the World Cup itself. The fact that most of the challenges involve physical activity is another plus, especially where kids are involved, but the show's abridged format curtails its general appeal.

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