Sense Arena to Launch First NHL Interactive Virtual Reality Hockey Platform

“NHL Sense Arena” to Feature Logos and Uniforms of all 32 NHL Teams New Platform to Launch in Fall 2023 During 2023-24 NHL Season

August 8, 2023

PRAGUE, Czech Republic and NEW YORK (August 8, 2023) – Sense Arena, the world leader in virtual reality ice hockey training, today announced a multiyear agreement to launch the first interactive NHL VR platform titled NHL Sense Arena.

Available in Fall 2023, NHL Sense Arena will feature the uniforms and logos of all 32 NHL teams, giving hockey players and fans alike the opportunity to hone their skills and compete as a member of their favorite NHL franchise within the Sense Arena hockey experience.

Launched in 2018, Sense Arena’s ground-breaking VR technology provides a cutting-edge off-ice platform for skaters and goalies of all ages, allowing them to play hockey in confined spaces and non-traditional environments such as basements, garages, hotel rooms and more.

“The NHL has some of the most passionate fans in all of sports and we are thrilled to bring them onto the ice to experience what it feels like to train like an NHL player or goalie,” said Sense Arena Founder and CEO, Bob Tetiva. “This new partnership will allow hockey lovers of all ages to compete against each other in exciting drills while representing their favorite NHL teams.”

Sense Arena, which was recently designated the Official Virtual Reality Training Tool of USA Hockey, is currently used by five individual NHL teams and 14 Men’s and Women’s NCAA Division I hockey programs. To date, more than 24,000 individual users across 40 countries have benefited from Sense Arena’s training by participating in more than 2 million drills.

NHL Sense Arenawill be unveiled in Fall 2023 as a successor of the current version of Sense Arena’s hockey platforms. All users, including those who subscribe to Sense Arena for Hockey prior to the NHL launch, will receive the new NHL platform update for free when it premieres in the fall.

Sense Arena is compatible with the Meta Quest 2 and pairs with standard hockey equipment. To get started with Sense Arena, download the Sense Arena app on the Meta app store and subscribe by visiting

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Sense Arena is headquartered in Prague, Czech Republic, and has North American offices in Tampa, Boston, and Whitby, Ontario. Launched in 2018, Sense Arena is the world leader in virtual reality sports training and offers state-of-the-art platforms for ice hockey and tennis players. The company’s ice hockey technology is used by more than 30 professional hockey teams – including five NHL teams – 14 NCAA Division I hockey programs, and youth hockey organizations across the globe, with more than 2 million drills conducted.

Sense Arena for Tennis, which launched in November 2022, is backed by International Tennis Hall of Famer Martina Navratilova and used by dozens of ATP and WTA pro players including Jennifer Brady and Jack Sock.

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