As millions of television viewers cut the cord on their cable bills, live sports has become TV’s main attraction. In addition to the sheer suspense, global events such as the World Cup, Super Bowl, and Olympics are communal experiences tailor-made for second screens. With such competition from home viewing, leagues and teams are exploring new ways to heighten the in-stadium experience.

For this reason, stadiums have become eager testbeds for 5G, which offer fast download speeds and will eventually handle tens of thousands of connections easily. Fans attending this year’s Super Bowl received a glimpse of this future through the latest 5G smartphones, with seven unique camera angles available and real-time stats overlaid on their screens.



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