The match will be available on Hayemaker 360, a VR app custom-built by interactive content specialist IM360 – the product of a partnership between IM360, Haye and Salter Brothers Entertainment.
The app will be available on Android smartphones and tablets worldwide – except in France – or via Haye’s ‘Hayemaker’ website, in what IM360 claims is the “first-ever live VR boxing match.”
“I’m fascinated by new emerging technologies, and am constantly looking to embrace the digital world in order to connect with my fans. With this in mind, I’m thrilled to bring immersive VR technology to big time boxing – allowing the public to stand alongside me in the ring, letting them see what I see and experience every punch,” said Haye.
The match, which was held at the O2 Arena in London on Saturday, was over in 130 seconds after Haye won by a knockout in the first round.
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