Last year the NBA launched a program where they streamed one regular-season game in virtual reality each week, all season long.

Today they announced that they’re doing it again, starting with a free preview on October 21st when the Houston Rockets host the Dallas Mavericks.

Just like last year, games were selected to give all 30 teams the opportunity to play in VR at least once.

There are a few new features this year, including live infographics and statistics inserted into the virtual scene.

Users will also be able to select different points of view in the stadium from which to watch the game.

There’s also a new feature called Screening Room, which will allow subscribers to watch any NBA League Pass game on a giant 2D virtual movie theater-sized screen even if the game isn’t being streamed in VR.

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