ORLANDO, Fla. – Jan. 20, 2016 – Orlando City SC today launched Virtual Venue, a 3-D platform that allows fans to view sightlines and features from any seating section or private suite in the new Downtown soccer stadium, and home for Orlando City and Orlando Pride.
The platform, available at www.OrlandoCitySC.com/Stadium and viewable on mobile devices, provides 360-degree views of the entire venue – allowing fans to take a virtual tour of the new stadium. Fans can also share the view from their seats or suites via Facebook, Twitter or other social media to show their friends and family what to expect when the new stadium opens in 2017.
There are a number of options to guarantee your seats in the new Downtown Soccer Stadium for 2017:
- 2016 Orlando City SC Season Ticket Members are guaranteed a seat in the new stadium. Fans who are not current Orlando City Season Ticket Members can join the waitlist for 2017 by visiting www.OrlandoCitySC.com/Tickets/Waitlist or calling 855-ORL-CITY.
- Orlando Pride Season Ticket Members also receive priority for 2017. Pride season tickets are available at www.OrlandoCitySC.com/Pride/Tickets or by calling 855-ORL-CITY
- Private suites are also available but selling quickly, with only 12 out of 31 remaining for 2017. For information on suites, please call 855-ORL-CITY.
The Lions also announced the launch of a streaming video camera to complement the time-lapse camera already available. Both cameras allow fans and media to stay current of ongoing construction, with real-time updates. They can be accessed at www.OrlandoCitySC.com/Stadium/Stream. The streaming and time-lapse cameras provide a variety of views, as well as user functionality such as camera panning and zoom.
“The Virtual Venue is a state-of-the-art tool that allows fans a sneak peek into our new home next year,” said Stadium General Manager Scott Neal. “The functionality is very simple and provides a fantastic view of what’s to come in Parramore. Also, with the addition of the streaming video camera, fans and media can stay up to date on the latest construction progress being made. The cameras allow fans to pan across the site and zoom in to get a glimpse of all the hard work underway.”