PSV – AZ can be seen live for the first time in virtual reality

PSV – AZ can be seen live for the first time in virtual reality
PSV – AZ can be seen live for the first time in virtual reality

The PSV – AZ match will be broadcast in virtual reality (VR) for the first time for a select group. It is the first Eredivisie match to be depicted in this way.

A unique, innovative way to experience the top match in the Eredivisie live. From the comfort of your home, but with the same experience as in the stadium. In collaboration with Go!Gaming Utrecht Leidsche Rijn, ESPN and KPN make this possible by connecting a special, unique camera position from the Philips Stadium to special VR glasses. A selected group of about 100 people will have the opportunity to experience this.

Matthijs van Elk, Director Digital of ESPN: “With this special match in VR, we are going one step further in the Netherlands: the real stadium experience from your armchair. We are very curious about the reactions.”

Mark Versteegen, Sponsoring Director at KPN: “KPN will continue to invest heavily in the digitalization of the Netherlands in the coming years. We will continue to improve the Dutch digital infrastructure. In addition to the rollout of fiber optic and investments in new 5G applications, cloud and AI KPN develops ‘the best digital offering’ especially for customers by collaborating with leading partners in the field of entertainment, gaming and security. Through our main sponsorship of the Eredivisie and our relationship with ESPN, we bring Dutch football closer to our customers. an innovative and digital way.”

The PSV – AZ match can be followed LIVE on ESPN 2 at 6:45 PM.

The article is in Dutch

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