A recent private screening of UFC Vegas 61 was attended by Mark and his wife. After going to the event, Meta made this choice. Various streaming services now offer UFC fights as pay-per-view events. The Press Release claimed that UFC would stream MMA events live and on demand. Through the Meta Horizon World App, this will occur in virtual reality. Every fan will be able to access the services on their Oculus devices thanks to this VR technology.
We are providing a live mixed martial arts event in virtual reality, according to Crowley Sullivan, vice president, and general manager of Fight Pass. We want to provide Fight Pass members and MMA fans with exceptional engagement.
Boxing fans will get this wonderful opportunity for the first time at the LFA 144: Gafurov vs. Silva UFC event. Because the app offers a 360-degree view, MMA fans will have the best time. While viewing the events from home, they will also enable people to “see and communicate with other fans in real-time.” A user will require a compatible Meta Quest headset and Meta’s Horizon World App to watch LFA 144 in VR 180.
Undoubtedly, Zuckerberg has spent money on the development of his “Metaverse” concept. He thinks the future’s great plain will be a virtual reality space. However, a lot of its opponents have said that it’s a poor beginning for the growing platform, with its user base far below expectations for a $1.2 billion business.
No matter what, the team is sure that this will be a brilliant experience for fight fans thanks to the VR platform from Meta and the technical expertise of YBVR. Before the technology is used on UFC fight cards, this is probably a proof-of-concept test for it.
Furthermore, the Meta Horizon World App will be available for download on the Meta Quest App Store beginning October 23rd. A list of upcoming VR fighting events will also be announced by the UFC in the next few days.