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Queen's VR app is called 'VR The Champions'

Because of course it is.

USA-music-Queen + Adam Lambert perform in Chicago
Queen and Adam Lambert perform together, for your virtual pleasure.
Neal Preston

Someday, someone was going to use the title "VR The Champions." At least Queen got there first.

The veteran British rock group and Adam Lambert, their current singer, have a 360-degree concert experience app that's now available via Universal Music Group's VR platform, VRTGO. It's not free: at $9.99, however, it's less than some albums.

The 360-degree concert video was shot at Barcelona's Palau Sant Jordi -- such a beautiful horizon -- and originally premiered last year at the Tribeca Film Festival.

The concert app works with Gear VR, Oculus, Vive and Owl VR headsets, and also plays in 360 via mobile or web browsers.