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Japanese Cheers Produced Robot Fans


For matches played without an audience due to the coronavirus outbreak, the Japanese preferred robots that cheer instead of cardboard fans.

The coronavirus epidemic, which started in Wuhan, China and has spread all over the world, brought life to a standstill.
Sports leagues suspended due to the epidemic first decided to continue without spectators within the scope of the measures after the normalization process.

The clubs, who would stay away from the tribune support they were used to during the matches, used their preferences for the cardboard fan project in order to be both a financial resource and to remove the stands from the empty view.

After this method implemented by many clubs in our country, the Japanese made a new project.

Robot fans were produced in Japan for spectators without encounters.

Robot fans, who were placed on the stands in the baseball game played recently, can both cheer and wave flags.

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