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Former Broncos GM Behind New VR-Based Football Training Simulator QBSIM

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 12 / 14 / 17

Colorado-based sports tech startup Sports VTS is releasing a new VR-based football training simulator called QBSIM. The simulator seeks to build upon many existing VR-based sports training systems by involving real-time player data from Pro Football Focus, as well as actual helmets, pads and fo...

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Tags: Technology

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SportsBusiness Daily: Demand For SB Tix On Secondary Markets High

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Tags: Events and Attractions, Super Bowl

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Tags: Franchises, Golden State Warriors

SportsBusiness Daily: SI Releasing New, Cleaner Mobile App

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Tags: Media, Sports Illustrated

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Tags: Facilities

SportsBusiness Daily: ESPN Promotes Execs In Digital, Print Divisions

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Tags: People and Pop Culture, ESPN

SportsBusiness Journal: Ticketing more about what you’ll spend

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Tags: Super Bowl

SportsBusiness Daily: Multiple Camera Angles Available On SB Stream

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SportsBusiness Daily: CBS Sports Digital Hires Jonah Keri

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SportsBusiness Daily: MLB Creates New Diversity Pipeline Program

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