LAS VEGAS, Dec. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- SCORE!, the first multi-sport interactive exhibit and sports fantasy experience of its kind, opens its doors to sports fans from around the globe. Located inside Luxor Las Vegas on the iconic Las Vegas Strip, SCORE! features historically significant memorabilia from the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame®, Pro Football Hall of Fame®, Hockey Hall of Fame, Boxing Hall of Fame, U.S. Soccer Federation and more, along with cutting-edge interactive sports experiences that make SCORE! much more than an ordinary exhibit.
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SCORE! is a 10,000 square-foot interactive exhibit that contains more than 300 prized pieces housed in eight galleries and valued in the millions of dollars. The permanent exhibits feature items dating to the early 20 th century and include such notable hardware as the 1999 Women's World Cup trophy, the 1981 Heisman Trophy awarded to legendary USC tailback Marcus Allen, championship rings, World Series trophies, Jim Brown's 1957 MVP trophy and the largest and most diverse collection of game-worn jerseys anywhere in the world. The unparalleled collection comes from various professional sports' Halls of Fame and private collectors, including the late attorney Jock Smith.
At SCORE!, casual sports fans and diehards alike get a chance to "Be the Legend" by participating in challenges such as an NHL-themed stick-handling drill, college combine tests, baseball speed pitch, peripheral vision test, NASCAR-themed pit-stop challenge and vertical leap test all designed to see how sports fans compare to the pros.SCORE!'s unique interactive platform was produced by Sports Emmy winner John Brenkus, author of the "Perfection Point" and host of television's popular Sports Science. SCORE! offers a first-of-its-kind fantasy sports experience with the introduction of custom technology that includes an interactive app and a slew of Apple iPads enabling fans to sign with a virtual sports agent and later become a professional athlete with their favorite team or sport.