Brendan Reilly, CEO of Eon Sports, wears a virtual reality headset while using the company's Sidekiq software, which is used for training football players.
Brendan Reilly, CEO of Eon Sports, wears a virtual reality headset while using the company's Sidekiq software, which is used for training football players. Allison Long along@kcstar.com
Brendan Reilly, CEO of Eon Sports, wears a virtual reality headset while using the company's Sidekiq software, which is used for training football players. Allison Long along@kcstar.com

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