World Wrestling Entertainment action is coming to a headset near you, thanks to NextVR.
WWE is amazing in virtual reality
Wrestling action is coming to a virtual reality headset via NextVR. The content will be free to download on headsets that support the NextVR app, which includes PlayStationVR, Google Daydream and Gear VR. The experiences will be around 10 minutes and available for free to WWE fans around the world.
“WWE is amazing in VR, and we know fans are going to love it,” said David Cole, NextVR CEO. “Our patented VR broadcasting pipeline will bring fans ringside with WWE Superstars to experience the electrifying energy and spectacle firsthand.” The press release read.
It continues to evolve
“We are always looking to create compelling content across platforms, and we are excited to partner with NextVR to bring our fans closer to the action than ever before,” said Michelle Wilson, WWE Chief Revenue & Marketing Officer. “As the technology behind virtual reality continues to evolve, this is a unique opportunity for us to partner with NextVR, a leader in this space, to provide new experiences to our passionate fans around the world.”
Let’s pause to check out some action in virtual reality. Here’s John Cena’s SummerSlam entrance.
In other VR news
NextVR revealed its new broadcast solution that will actually allow viewers to physically move around inside 360-degree content. They made the reveal at the Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas. For more from NextVR check out their website.