It’s the start of the 2020 Games in London and the first time that the UK has used virtual interaction in a sporting event, a BBC Sport website has revealed.BBC Sport’s online sports platform, lsbbf interactive, uses a platform to broadcast live coverage of the games and interactive events.
The platform is also used to share live sports videos and photos, and share the views and thoughts of sports fans, including with their friends and family.BBC News’ sports website, Live Sports, is also set to start using the platform in the run up to the Games.
“The BBC is very excited about the future of lsbBF interactive, and looks forward to bringing it to the UK,” lsbaf interactive’s co-founder Simon Williams said.
“With lsbAF, we hope to offer an immersive, interactive platform for fans to share and discover what’s happening at the Games, with a focus on the UK.”BBC Sport has been running lsbdf interactive since November 2016, when it launched an interactive version of its sports website.
Its interactive version will be used during the games in the UK, which begin on Wednesday, August 5.