Dron races are coming to ESPN
Racing fans will be able to enjoy watching television broadcasts of a completely new kind of dron racing sport. ESPN has just announced the signing of a long-term contract with the Drone Racing Association, which will cover the most important events of its kind.
Drones are devices that are not only great for observation. The equipment in the flight achieves high speeds and that is what made them start to use for races. The first such event in the world rank was recently held in Dubai, and soon such races will begin to take place much more. As if that was not enough, the broadcasts we will be able to watch on television.
The ESPN sports station has just announced the signing of a multi-year deal with the Drone Racing Association, which will provide television broadcast rights to the planned events. The first broadcast of the race will be the 2016 US National Drone Racing Championships, which will take place on Governors Island, New York.
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