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Fans who attended Play Ball Park at the 2019 All-Star game in Cleveland had the opportunity to step up to the plate in virtual reality and face off against one another for a chance to be crowned the 2019 Home Run Derby VR King. Over 1.3 million people live-streamed the event and watched Ohio’s own Bill Brunnett Jr. come out on top.
A few days after getting "ASG" sculpted into his hair, 9-year-old Charles Smolka won the first Home Run Derby Virtual Reality title. The competition goes down in VR history with over 120,000 people live-streaming the event.