KEY POINTS
  • An immersive-technology company called Cosm will open its first two venues in 2024, allowing sports fans to watch live games in domes filled with 8K screens.
  • Warner Bros. Discovery's TNT Sports has partnered with Cosm to allow select broadcasts of its games to be used for the Cosm domes.
  • Cosm's CEO hopes the buzz around Las Vegas' Sphere will help push people to try Cosm's technology.

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Cosm's shared reality dome concept for viewing live sports broadcasts.

Warner Bros. Discovery and Cosm, a privately held company that specializes in immersive technology, are about to make "shared reality" a reality for sports fans.

Cosm plans to open two venues — a 65,000 square foot building in Los Angeles and a 70,000 square foot structure in Dallas — with seating areas for about 800 fans who will be able to watch select live sports that air on TNT in an immersive experience that mirrors being at the game.

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