The LA Stadium Premiere Center opened its doors to the public this week, giving fans of NFL American football franchises the Rams and Chargers a look at their future home ground.

The Premiere Center, based at Playa Vista just five miles from the LA Stadium and Entertainment District at Hollywood Park, is an 11,000sqft platform to showcase the stadium development.

Set to open in September 2020, the 298-acre sports and entertainment district can be virtually explored by fans at the Center.

Fans will be able to place themselves into the stadium on a Rams or Chargers gameday, as well as having the ability to experience what the district around the stadium will involve, such as a 6,000-seat performance venue, office and retail spaces, hotel rooms, parks, and dining areas.

The Center’s fourth floor office space includes 52 screens and 107,827,200 pixels of digital real estate, as well as a video tunnel made up of 20 screens with higher resolution than that of an IMAX movie.

Screens in the Suite Experience give potential buyers a comprehensive experience from within their suite, with the opportunity to look around the venue with 360-degree-view technology.

Other features include a reception desk in the shape of a wave, similar to the stadium’s roof, a discussion gallery that features five open-air pods each equipped with a digital presentation to provide greater details about features of the stadium.

The Premiere Center currently features seven different displays for people to explore the upcoming 2022 Super Bowl venue. It will also host the opening and closing ceremonies for the 2028 Olympic Games.

Work got underway on the 70,000-capacity, state-of-the-art facility back in November but an unprecedented level of rainfall back in May impacted working conditions, with up to two months of potential construction time having been lost.

The stadium is now scheduled to open in the fall of 2020 – and not 2019 as originally planned.

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