New technology has been developed that allows the viewer to view a replay in a live game, in real-time, of a game, on demand, from a laptop, or tablet.
The technology, called ReplayCam, was developed by the sports video company iStream, and was released to the public on Friday.
The technology allows viewers to watch the replay of any game live, for free, on the iStream platform.
Players who have signed up for the technology will be able to view replays from the bench, sideline, in-game, or in the tunnel, as well as the sideline camera from their phones.
ReplayCam allows viewers from all around the world to see the play at a moment’s notice, and can also stream a game from the sidelines.
In addition, the technology allows spectators to replay any game with the press of a button.
Replay Cam was first developed in 2016 for MLB and the NFL, and will be made available for NBA and NHL players.
iStream was created by the same company that built the technology for MLB.
It also works for the MLB.com and the ESPN app, as they are both owned by the league.
The league will use the technology to help improve replay coverage.
“We’ve been working on ReplayCam for several years and we are extremely excited to share it with fans today,” said iStream CEO and co-founder Scott Withers.
“The technology allows us to bring live games to life as quickly as possible and give fans an easy way to watch any game at anytime.”
“The new ReplayCam technology enables sports fans to see any replay from the sideline, bench, in the game, or any location, anytime and anywhere,” iStream president and CEO Nick Jorgensen said.
“It’s not just a camera.
It’s a 360 degree camera.
With ReplayCam on the NFL app, fans will now be able take a virtual trip to any game and see the action right on the screen.
With iStream’s ReplayCam service, we will continue to make this technology available to every sports fan, from the biggest and best teams to the smallest and smallest markets.”
Players will be the first to get access to the ReplayCam feature when the NFL launches its 2017-18 season, and a free trial will be available for the first two weeks of the season.
The NFL has not announced when the service will be rolled out to the league’s other 32 NFL teams, but ESPN has reported that it is planned to be available to the majority of NFL teams this season.
The NFL has been looking for ways to improve replay and to provide fans with better access to live sports, and the launch of ReplayCam is a big step in that direction.
The team has also been working with technology companies to provide more options for fans to watch sports online.