Get Immersed in the World of Esports With Greenwall VR on Sansar

Enjoy a VR esports clubhouse on the social platform.

Social virtual reality (VR) platform Sansar is moving into the esports scene, looking to drive more users to the platform through new partnerships. Today, Infinite Esports & Entertainment and OpTic Gaming have revealed the launch of Greenwall VR on Sansar, offering a VR clubhouse for fans of the organisation.


Greenwall VR gives members of OpTic Gaming’s fanbase, known as the “Greenwall” community access to watch games together, communicate with other esports fans from all around the world, submit fanart, purchase team merchandise, engage with staff and pro players, and even participate in exclusive special events.

“With fans and teams based all over the world, we wanted to create a truly immersive way for our community to come together as the Greenwall and feel like they’re a part of something bigger,” said Oslo Green, VP of VR at OpTic Gaming in a statement. “By introducing virtual reality to esports spectatorship, we’re taking the first steps into creating a grander, more immersive, and more modern approach to traditional sports fandom, community and interaction.”

In the future Greenwall VR events and activities will include real world and virtual awards for fans, and watch parties for North America League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS), Call of Duty (CoD) Champions, Gears of War Pro Circuit Fight Night, and many other competitions.


“With Greenwall VR in Sansar, we’re really pushing the bounds of traditional spectatorship, and offering an experience that draws fans in – lets them interact together as a community beyond a chat stream,” says CEO Ebbe Altberg. “We’re absolutely thrilled to be elevating the esports fan experience with social VR, and we’re excited to find such a visionary partner in OpTic.”

Head to Sansar today to experience Greenwall VR for yourself on either Oculus Rift or HTC Vive. For further Sansar updates, keep reading VRFocus.

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