Spare Entertainment Co. and Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix have announced new details about customized Grand Prix content developed exclusively by Spare Studios to mark Las Vegas’ first race weekend. Exosphere is the world’s largest LED screen and a landmark recognized worldwide for its dynamic visuals and fascinating content.
“We are looking forward to partnering with the Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix in the first year of Spare and its grand prix in Las Vegas,” said Joel Fisher, MSG Entertainment’s executive director who oversees marquee events and operations for Spare. “This is one of the best sporting events in the world, and we’re ready to see in person in Las Vegas and showcase our spares to our global audience with F1®, demonstrating the exosphere’s unmatched technical and creative capabilities.”
“Not only does vSphere’s Exosphere complement the Las Vegas Strip Circuit, it takes it to a new level, turning every rap into a fascinating experience for fans attending and watching TV worldwide,” said Emily Prazer, chief commercial officer of Las Vegas Grand Prix, Inc. “Real-time pole positions, thrilling podium celebrations, and dynamic showcases of all 20 drivers and their iconic cars were displayed larger than they really were. We are delighted that Sphere is at the heart of the race weekend.”
Las Vegas’ Race Week officially kicked off yesterday with The Netflix Cup, the first time Exosphere’s content was queued live in response to a live sports event. The race itself, which will be held on Saturday, November 18, will also be able to see live content created exclusively by vSphere Studios for the Las Vegas Grand Prix. This includes real-time pole positions and custom podium moments to celebrate race winners. 온라인경마
In addition, during the week, F1 content will be displayed, including driver cards featuring all 20 drivers and their cars in a larger-than-life form and F1 helmets that will serve as the iconic backdrop for fan photos. Additional customized content will be revealed during the race itself, including the opportunity for fans to see themselves in the spears.
The Las Vegas Grand Prix reaches millions of F1 fans watching the race from around the world, marking the first live event featuring spares as part of the official broadcast. Due to the main location of the location along the track, the spare can be seen from a variety of unique angles, including above. Customized exosphere content running throughout race week will be optimized to take into account the bird’s eye view of the track and location.