Smart ball system to give players a shot at NRL title title

July 13, 2021 0 Comments

Posted February 07, 2019 16:20:24 The NRL is set to introduce a smart ball technology that can be used to determine whether players will play the NRL All-Stars game, or the game of footy in the halves.

The NRL will launch a trial this week to test out the technology in the All-Star game.

“This is an exciting technology that we’re introducing to try and get players out of their comfort zones and to try to get them into the game,” NRL Chief Executive Officer David Gallop said.

The NRL is looking to use the technology to test its new smart ball that will be able to determine if a player is eligible to play the game.NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said the system would allow for a player to be “fully immersed” in the game and be able “to go into the match”.””

It will be an interesting test and we’ll be looking to see how it works, but we’ll take a look at it.”

The NRL is looking to use the technology to test its new smart ball that will be able to determine if a player is eligible to play the game.NRL CEO Todd Greenberg said the system would allow for a player to be “fully immersed” in the game and be able “to go into the match”.

“We think it’ll be a very exciting development for the NRL,” Greenberg said.

The trial will be carried out at the All Stars game in the second half of the season, with a further trial in the first week of next year.

Players will be allowed to play in the NRL Super League against the All Blacks in the final week of the NRL season.

A trial will also be conducted in the Super League to see if the technology works as a competitive advantage in the games of the other competition.