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76ers, Devils Buy Technology to Boost Pre-, Post-Game Shows

The Josh Harris-controlled Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils bought technology from Quince Imaging, aiming to improve the pre- and post-game shows for both professional sports teams.

While some arenas have used the technology for special events, the 76ers are the second National Basketball Association team to buy it from Herndon, Virginia-based Quince, following the Cleveland Cavaliers, the club said. The Devils are the first U.S.-based National Hockey League team to buy the technology that transforms the court or ice surface into what Quince calls an immersive video display. The Montreal Canadiens also own the technology, which costs about $1 million per team.