Players spend thousands of dollars on high-speed drones and race courses to race them with first-person virtual reality goggles. The drones have cameras on them, so people feel like they’re flying in the air. It’s quickly becoming an international sport: the International Drone Racing Association signed a deal with ESPN to stream their races, and Dubai hosted an international racing competition with a $250,000 prize this year.
Written by Jacob Shamsian and produced by Alana Yzola
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