VR sports training provider Sense Arena recently announced that it has partnered with the National Hockey League NHL to jointly bring an officially authorized interactive NHL VR platform: NHL Sense Arena that supports Quest 2.NHL and Sense Arena collaborate to bring the official VR ice hockey training platform
Sense Arena released an ice hockey training platform as early as 2018, allowing users to immerse themselves in various virtual challenges and training anytime, anywhere, thereby improving ice hockey skills and game performance. However, the team has now collaborated with NHL and brought an officially authorized training simulator NHL.
NHL Sense Arena supports Meta Quest 2 and offers jerseys and logos from all 32 NHL teams, allowing you to train and compete with your personal skates.
Bob Tetiva, founder and CEO of Sense Arena, stated in an official statement: NHL has enthusiastic fans, and we are delighted to bring them to the virtual ice hockey rink and experience the feeling of training like NHL players or goalkeepers. This new partnership will allow ice hockey enthusiasts of all ages to compete with each other in exciting training while also joining their favorite NHL team