AT&T Rollout Upgraded 5G Game View for WNBA Fans

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AT&T Rollout Upgraded 5G Game View for WNBA Fans
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With the upgraded AT&T 5G Game View, AT&T, the Official 5G Innovation Partner of the WNBA, now provides WNBA fans with a way to customize content and engage with the game unlike ever before.

Fans may access real-time 3D stats, watch customizable clips, and see game and player statistics during live games via augmented reality. AT&T 5G Game View for iOS and Android is now accessible to WNBA fans via the WNBA app.

With the additional features, AT&T 5G Game View can completely change how fans engage with the sport they love by giving them more access than ever before to data about their favorite teams and players.


The AT&T 5G Game View was created in partnership with the WNBA and by Nexus Studios as an interactive experience to provide fans the opportunity to choose and customize the content they wish to view. The updated AT&T 5G Game View now has the following new features:

  • For the first time ever, fans can view clips from every WNBA Playoff game thanks to a collaboration with industry-leading clips provider WSC. They can choose which team, player and plays they want to see and curate their clips experience accordingly, offering a customizable dashboard and a unique experience for each individual user.
  • Greater level of stats personalization with the ability for fans to customize tabs to create their own unique widget.
  • New ‘drill down’ feature offers fans the option to select and analyze individual players or the entire team. Users can intuitively see every play on the court by scrolling through key stats and play styles.
  • Also introduced in this version is the “calendar” view, giving visibility over future games and access to the full archive of previous games as far back as 2018.