HKS Sports & Entertainment via AP

The Inglewood Stadium will possess a videoboard that is twice the length of the Cowboys’ at AT&T Stadium.

By SI Wire
January 15, 2016

The Inglewood Stadium, the future home of the Los Angeles Rams, will possess a videoboard that is twice the length of the Dallas Cowboys’ at AT&T Stadium, reports SportsBusiness Journal’s Don Muret.

The scoreboard, which will be called the “Oculus,” will reportedly be an oval, two-sided structure that is 50 feet tall, while stretching 120 yards in length.

“It’s an immersive experience,” HKS associate principal & senior vice president Andy Henning said. “You will feel like you’re sitting in the videoboard itself.” 

The stadium is projected to open in 2019 and is also expected to be the future home of the NFL scouting combine, according to the Los Angeles Times.
 

The St. Louis Rams were designated to move to Los Angeles for the 2016 season after NFL owners voted by a 30–2 majority on Tuesday night.

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