NBA 2K League partners with Meta for games to be streamed on Meta Quest

NEW YORK – The NBA 2K League and Meta announced today a multiyear partnership allowing fans to stream 20 nights of live NBA 2K League games in VR environments on Meta platforms beginning tonight and through the 2023 season. Earlier this year, the NBA and Meta announced a multiyear partnership extension for fans through Meta Horizon Worlds via Meta Quest.

During the season, 20 nights of live NBA 2K League games will be available on the Meta Quest VR Headsets in NBA Arena in Meta Horizon Worlds and in XTADIUM, a VR sports hub app that offers shared watching experiences in high definition.

“The NBA 2K League takes great pride in always seeking to be an innovative leader in sports,” said NBA 2K League Head of Business Development Lindsay Ullman. “Our partnership with Meta allows our fans, who are highly engaged and passionate about our product, an amazing new way to experience the NBA 2K League using the cutting-edge technology that is the Meta Quest VR Headset through Horizon Worlds and in the XTADIUM app.”

The complete NBA 2K League on Meta live schedule is below:


About the NBA 2K League
The NBA 2K League, a professional esports league co-founded by the NBA and Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTWO), launched in 2018 and features 25 teams and the best NBA 2K players in the world. NBA 2K League partners include Anheuser-Busch, AT&T, Champion Athleticwear, Coinbase, Google, Loco, Meta, Mondelēz International, SAP, Snickers, Sony Interactive Entertainment, SPS, Wilson and YouTube. For more information about the NBA 2K League, visit