Each episode of the new show will be around 10 minutes long and will include segments on football training and the work schedule of the SkillTwins themselves. A total of six episodes are scheduled for release over on the Aftonbladet website, with the action kicking off early next year.
The SkillTwins offer tips on nailing FIFA tricks IRL
The boys are hoping to inspire their audience with the help of Life as SkillTwins, adding: “Thank you to all our great fans – it is you that makes this possible! This is just the beginning of our journey together!”
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