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Jaunt Releases Three VR Episodes With MLB Teams San Francisco Giants and Toronto Blue Jays

Get up close and personal with each of the teams on the field and in the lockers.

Jaunt has already released a series of videos where fans can get a slice of the action during the Major League Baseball (MLB) season in its Hall of Fame tours and footage. Now Jaunt is continuing its coverage of baseball with its latest release of experiences with some of the top teams in MLB.

The video content creators and distributor giant, Jaunt, has announced that there will be three experiences to come of its partnership with the San Francisco Giants and the Toronto Blue Jays. These three experiences, ranging from around two to four minutes each, are titled as follows: San Francisco Giants – Spring Training 2016Giants Take The Field: Opening Day, and GamePlus | Game Day with Marcus Stroman and the Blue Jays.

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In the first experience, fans go to the Scottsdale Stadium with Sergio Romo to see the start of his spring training session. What viewers will experience is hanging out on the field to watch players run through defensive drills, practise their swings in batting cages, and catch a glimpse of the excitement that cannot be missed as they hope to win with their “even year magic”.

The second experience takes Giants fans through the team’s pre-game routine, followed by Opening Day ceremonies.

The third takes on a more personal stance, concentrating on pitcher Marcus Stroman, as he gets ready both in the locker room and out on the field.

These experiences are currently available on the Jaunt VR App and online, under Get in the Game. These experiences are available for most head-mounted displays (HMD) such as Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, Gear VR, and Cardboard, as well as on Desktop 360.

For more on the latest releases from Jaunt, as well as all the news, updates, and features in the world of VR, make sure to check back with VRFocus.

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