Tonight, ESPN introduces a new live companion experience for sports fans, “ESPN3 Surround,” for the Duke vs. North Carolina men’s basketball game live at 9 p.m. on ESPN.  Tonight’s application will provide fans at home an opportunity to go live inside Cameron Indoor Stadium for a student viewing party as the “Cameron Crazies” watch the game unfold eight miles down the road in Chapel Hill.  The next application will be delivered concurrently with the Syracuse vs. Duke matchup on Saturday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. on ESPN that will include alternate camera angles and in-stadium audio.

ESPN3 Surround delivers exclusive content tied to live events on ESPN linear networks, offering a companion experience in real-time that will complement the big game on television.  It will enable fans to go deeper into ESPN’s biggest live events with alternate camera angles, experiences and stories around the game.

“With ESPN3 Surround, we continue to super serve sports fans with a unique offering around the biggest rivalries, competitions and sporting events,” said Jason Bernstein, senior director of programming and acquisitions, ESPN.  “Its availability on computers, smartphones, tablets, Xbox, Apple TV and Roku make it a true second-screen experience that will engage sports fans in new and meaningful ways.”