My view, from a very small sample soze, so not conclusive at all; hence the question. My kids are a younger millennial (daughter) and an older Gen-Z (son). Neither of them have an interest in professional sports. My daughter's friends don't follow sports. Her co-workers don't mention sports. My son's friends have only a passing interest. I remember at their age following sports, and my friends and co-workers following and discussing sports. People talked about it. People followed it. 20 years ago, I was at a client (as a consultant) where most of Monday was spent discussing fantasy football and scores and how to improve. Now, I rarely hear about sports at all at work. I even have teammates in Pittsburgh that rarely if ever discuss their beloved Steelers. Is this a trend - or am I just in a demographic where it skips by me (middle aged IT guys). My daughter and I watch the F1 races together - I love F1, and she surfs Reddit's FormulaDank (https://www.reddit.com/r/formuladank/) for the memes. Yes, that is a pretty niche group, but if you like F1, it's hilarious. But other than racing, I cannot remember the last time I watched more that 15 minutes of a game, and usually just in passing. My kids and their friends don't talk about it. My friends don't talk about it. My wife and her friends don't talk about it. Soooooo, is it me?