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Liverpool, City and Arsenal to use Intel’s ‘True View’ video technology

By Reuters
08 February 2019   |   10:11 am
Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City are to launch an immersive football viewing technology, in partnership with Intel, that allows users to relive every moment of a match from any angle.

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