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Chris McMullan
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Chris is a sports journalist and editor of Digital Sport - follow him on Twitter @CJMcMullan_

Arsenal players’ motion sickness shows the downside of VR technology

Arsenal Football Club attempted to push the boundaries of what their players can do by introducing VR headsets to training in order to improve their players’ reaction times and decision

Man City aren’t the only Manchester club leading the way in using players’ off-field skills

Last week, we talked about Manchester City and how allowing the injured Benjamin Mendy to create videos for the official Instagram account during last week’s home game against Stoke City

Omnigon launch new mobile-first fan-engagement tool

Omnigon, a team of digital strategists, artists and technologists, have launched their newest platform, Corebine, alongside their long-standing partners CONCACAF, the Confederation of North America, Central America and Caribbean Association

Weekly Wrap: Man City capitalising on Snapchat and Roma’s wonderful video innovation

Excitement at the start of a new season is a once-a-year thing, unless you happen to follow multiple sports. For fans of basketball, this was the week most had been

Barcelona team up with Verizon to stream content in the US

“One year ago we opened our Americas office in New York City with the primary goal of bringing the club closer to its millions of fans here,” said Francesco Calvo,

Podcast: Insights on Facebook Live from SportBible’s Paul Rayner

Live-streaming has become one of the hottest topics in digital these days. From those interested in where the media rights for live sport end up, to publishers trying to get

Snack Media reveals World Cup Russia 2018 fan insight

Snack Media & Snack Gaming today released the results of a survey of 1,800 football fans from their 25m+ strong network of fans to find out how supporters will consume

NBA and Bayern Munich’s innovative apps show why sport should explore AR more

This week, the NBA launched their first augmented reality (AR) app, allowing basketball fans to shoot hoops anywhere, anytime using their phone screen. The app projects a hoop and a

Could Facebook’s newest feature speed up VR’s path to the mainstream?

Virtual reality (VR) has been on the doorstep of common use for a while now, but it has yet to make a real dent. The will seems to be there,

Weekly Wrap: Atlanta Falcons and Minnesota Vikings up their social media game

This weekend, the importance of upping your game on social media was laid bare with some great examples from both sides of the Atlantic ocean. American sports have been innovators