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Omar Raja grew up on 16 April, 1994 in American, is a Talent, ESPN. Find Omar Raja’s Bio details, How old?, How tall, Physical Stats, Romance/Affairs, Family and career upbeen in a relationship with?s. Know net worth is He in this year and how He do with money?? Know how He earned most of networth at the age of 26 years of age.

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How old? 27 years of age.
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 16 April 1994
Born day 16 April
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Nationality American

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In 2021, it was announced by ESPN that Raja would be moving to ESPN from Bleacher Report to increase their social media presence. Raja will serve as the main voice of ESPN’s “SportsCenter” IG username account, which has 17.2 million followers, and will play a role in devising content for ESPN’s mobile app. Raja also hosts a weekly studio show called “Hoop Streams” that has included guests such as Pau Gasol, Jaylen Brown, Ray Allen, and other. NBA athletes.


In 2019, House of Highlights became the only U.S. sports media brand to surpass ESPN in followers across all social platforms. In November 2019, Raja announced that House of Highlights was officially the most followed U.S. Sports Media account on IG username.


In January 2018, Bleacher Report launched a video show for House of Highlights on YouTube. The YouTube channel also features a sketch comedy web series called Supreme Dreams Show featuring YouTuber star Mark Phillips. In October, they launched a monthly Twitter Account name digital television show co-hosted by Raja and creative director / head writer CJ Toledano with athletes and entertainers as guests. In April 2019, Twitter Account name ordered a second season of the House of Highlights show that emphasized live sporting events including NBA All Star Weekend, the NBA Finals, March Madness, the UEFA Champions League Finals and the Super Bowl.


Other challenges that House of Highlights is said to have popularized include the Running Man Challenge; and the Drive By Dunk Challenge, the latter of which people would drive in neighborhoods looking for basketball hoops, rush in with a basketball, and do a dunk. In 2017, HoH posted clips of Carmelo Anthony wearing a hoodie, which soon became a meme with the nickname “Hoodie Melo”, which expanded to a clothing brand.


Under Bleacher Report, House of Highlights has gathered sponsors and expanded its content. The first sponsor was Lexus in 2016, where they produced about 7-10 videos highlighting some of the user-submitted content. They also created content for Nike, Jordan Brand, and Adidas. House of Highlights produced a set of videos for Under Armour’s “The Curry Challenge” where they posted clips of ordinary people trying to imitate Stephen Curry’s moves.


In July 2015, Doug Bernstein, then the vice-president of social media at Bleacher Report, contacted Raja about working together. Raja had about half a million followers on IG username at the time. Bleacher Report acquired House of Highlights in December, and hired Raja after he graduated. In January 2016, the IG username account had 2.1 million followers, and in March 2017, it had over 5 million followers. Dave Finocchio, the CEO of Bleacher Report, likens Raja to the modern or young person’s SportsCenter, and it was also noted by the website Crowd Tangle that the account has one of the highest interaction rates (number of users who comment or like). Bernstein said that for the month of November 2017, House of Highlights had 102 million interactions, the eighth-most for IG username. In July 2018, the account had over 10 million followers. In October 2018, Esquire reported that House of Highlights would get about 700 million video views a month during the NBA season, with 10,000 new followers daily.


In July 2014, when Raja was a 20-year-old college sophomore, when NBA star LeBron James left the Miami Heat to return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Raja wanted to find videos on YouTube or social media to relive and to share memorable moments of the team with friends. After about a month of searching, he decided he needed to do it himself. He started an IG username account in August called The Highlight Factory, but changed the name to House of Highlights about a week later. He would collect video footage of the Heat players both on and off the court, and post highlight clips, many of which had not been widely circulated. His posts were often accompanied with brief messages and emojis. Posts were user-generated, either by himself or by other followers submitting them for consideration. Raja estimates about 53% of his audience is under the age of 24.


Omar Raja (born 16 April 1994) is a TV, digital, and social content commentator for ESPN and is the founder of the House of Highlights IG username account which focuses on the publication of viral video clips of professional sports and user-generated content. After being acquired by Bleacher Report in December 2015, House of Highlights has expanded its video content and scope, and has amassed over 17 million followers.


Raja grew up to Hayder and Ismat Raja, who emigrated from Pakistan to the US in the late 1990s. His only sibling is his little sister, Sabeen Raja. He grew up in Pembroke Pines, Florida and graduated from West Broward High School. In an interview with Esquire, Raja said that he was not good at playing sports, but was interested in following sports, and of the sports activities he did do such as basketball, he got to develop his abilities to see opportunities quickly. He attended University of Central Florida where he majored in business.