“Ted Lasso” is one of the best shows available on Apple TV+, and now you can show your love for the project with the official Ted Lasso sticker pack that you can use in iMessage and Clips.
- Apple has shared the official Ted Lasso sticker pack
- Send these stickers via iMessage to spice up your chats
- Use them in your own videos via Apple’s Clips app
Apple launches Ted Lasso sticker pack for iMessage and Clips
Offered free of charge, the Ted Lasso sticker pack is available in two editions: iMessage and Clips. The Ted Lasso sticker pack for iMessage, now available in the App Store, lets you show your appreciation for the show and share its spirit with friends by applying one of these stickers to a message. 9to5Mac says these stickers launched about a week ago.
From the App Store description:
Brand new Ted Lasso stickers to transform your messages? You better believe it. In the hit comedy series, Ted is an American football coach hired to manage a British football team—despite having no experience. Download the iOS sticker pack for an infusion of his optimism, underdog determination…and biscuits.
Apple only does this sort of thing for its most popular shows.
Augmenting Apple TV+ shows with digital perks
For instance, Apple released augmented reality apps and dedicated podcasts to help push some of the more important Apple TV+ shows, like “For All Mankind”, “Truth Be Told” and “The Line”. It also previously dropped sticker packs for “Dickinson” and “Snoopy in Space”. It’s, therefore, no surprise that “Ted Lasso” is now receiving a similar treatment.
And no wonder—this series has become something of a phenomenon, creating a loyal following online and giving people a reason to remain subscribed to Apple TV+.
Aside from great storytelling, lead actor Jason Sudeikis’ performance is definitely a not-so-insignificant part of the show’s success. Sudeikis, of course, plays Ted Lasso, who is this funny small-time college football coach from Kansas that got hired to coach a professional soccer team in England, despite having no experience coaching soccer.