The NBA and TNT Partner With Intel For Biggest VR Push Yet


Looking down the road, Intel is hoping to increase the popularity of its TruView technology. Thursday, March 29 – Oklahoma City @ San Antonio. TNT’s NBA VR livestreams begin February 16th. The NBA and TNT are launching a VR experience that is powered by Intel True VR and promises to not only bring fans even closer to the game, but serve as a portal into all available programming through on-demand VR coverage of the upcoming NBA All-Star weekend.

NBA All-Star and Weekly Regular Season Coverage Comes Live to VR via TNT and Intel

Road to VR

Based on Intel’s True VR technology, TNT is bringing live and on-demand VR coverage of NBA All-Star events to Gear VR and Daydream headsets via the NBA on TNT VR app. Oklahoma City @ San Antonio , 8:00 p.m. TNT and Intel have teamed up to bring NBA All-Star coverage to VR on Gear VR and Daydream. The app is available today on the Oculus store and the Google Play store.

The New Front Row: How VR Sports Change the Game for Fans


Sports leagues such as the NBA , NFL and MLB have embraced VR technology. Situated as they are in Silicon Valley, it’s no surprise that the Golden State Warriors—one of the NBA’s most popular teams—has also been a fierce proponent of VR technology. Interestingly enough, NextVR also played a significant role in drawing Kevin Durant from the Oklahoma City Thunder to form the Warriors superteam.

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