Time flies, already like three years ago HTC Vive hit the consumer market. Since then, the company celebrates Vive Day, announcing new services, deals and gifts. 2019 is no different, with the release of the Viveport video.

Compatible with both virtual reality PC (VR) equipment (HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive Pro etc), and Vive devices (HTC Vive Focus, Vive Focus Plus, etc.), Viveport Video provides access to a 2D library , 180 and 360-degree videos.
Free downloads in Viveport, Steam, and soon in the Oculus store, the service provides sports content from Major League Baseball, Red Bull TV and McLaren Racing, music content from Red Bull Records, 1Culture and Ceek VR, and the usual combination of cinematic impressions.

“The exciting VR video experience is an amazing and exciting way for users to connect with what interests them most, and with Video Viveport, they now have access to premium content in various genres,” said Ricard Steiber, President of Viveport.

“Through Viveport Video, we allow the developer community to finally monetize our premium video content and share this experience with a large audience.”

Like Viveport Video, the company also released its new Viveport Infinity subscription model earlier this week. New users can try a two-week free trial of an unlimited subscription, get access to exclusive premium content on Video Viveport in addition to more than 600 VR applications and video games. Continuing the celebration, members of Viveport Infinity can claim five free games from Vive Studios until April 7 – Virtual Sports, Front Defense, Arcade Saga, Knockout League and AWAKE: Episode One.

In addition, Viveport also offers up to 90% discount on video games and applications until April 7, as well as new purchases of HTC Vive or HTC Vive Pro with a 12-month membership in Viveport Infinity.

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HTC Vive marks third anniversary by launching Viveport video

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