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Fox Sports virtual conference platform launches in UK

A new virtual conference experience for virtual reality (VR) users will be launched in the UK on Wednesday, September 3.

The Fox Sports UK virtual conference app, which will run on iOS, Android and Blackberry, will be available from the Apple App Store and Google Play.

The virtual conference has been around since the beginning of the year, with the platform being launched in July.

A similar conference platform for virtual TV was launched in September.

Virtual reality is a new, fast-growing market that is still in its infancy, but the technology has been on the rise since 2015.

Fox Sports has been using the technology to build its own live TV network, which launched in October last year, and also to provide exclusive live content.

It will be the first time that Fox Sports will be able to offer a virtual conference.

The platform is also the first to allow users to create their own video content, which could help in the creation of future TV programmes.

“We’re excited to bring this new platform to our viewers and audiences,” said Chris Coughlan, vice president of Fox Sports’ UK Digital Media.

“It’s going to make it easier to share content and create your own experiences, but it also means that you can create your personal, unique experience on this platform.”

Users will be required to register to watch the conference, which is currently available on the app for free.

Users can register to see their team and view live streams of other users’ games.

The app will also offer a “Virtual Conference Day” where fans can check out the schedule of events and the latest news from around the world.

Fox’s UK digital media director, James Gillingham, said that virtual reality was one of the most popular uses for virtual events and virtual reality could be the next big use for the platform.

“For a number of years now, we’ve been looking at ways to make this technology easier to use and use it to make our viewers more connected to the world and more immersive,” he said.

In the coming months, the platform will be used to offer “the best virtual sports, gaming and live events around”, according to the company. “

Virtual reality is an interesting platform to have, and we want to see what kind of impact that has on our audience.”

In the coming months, the platform will be used to offer “the best virtual sports, gaming and live events around”, according to the company.

For more information, see foxsportsuk.co.uk/virtualconference