BMX on a street ramp. Photo by:
BMX on a street ramp. Photo by:

Watch Highlights from X Games 2017, and X Games Rocket League Invitational Semi & Grand Finals

X Games is wrapping up today with extreme sports and events taking place in Minneapolis. Samsung VR captured highlights and one-on-one moments with athletes from X Games 2017.

X Games has recently uploaded the virtual reality videos to their YouTube channel. Browse over the YouTube Playlist.


For viewers with Gear VR equipment, the highlights can be accessed through the Samsung VR application.

Samsung compatible phones with Samsung VR include:

  • Samsung Galaxy S7.
  • Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge.
  • Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
  • Samsung Galaxy S6.
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge.
  • Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+
  • Samsung Galaxy S8.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8+

If you don’t have one of these phones, and still want to watch highlights of X Games Minneapolis, browse over the YouTube Playlists below to tap into recaps and winners from the competition.

Virtual Reality | X Games

Samsung Gear VR: X Games Minneapolis

X Games Rocket League Invitational

Watch the X Games Rocket League Invitational semifinals and finals via the ESPN live stream.

Four teams from North America and four from Europe compete against each other in double-elimination play. The finals will be streamed today. Dial into the live action on YouTube.

Currently the live stream is hosting close to 10,000 viewers. Gaming is taking over YouTube. Just to put the number of 10,000 viewers in context; the Wimbledon live stream during the semi and finals on YouTube averaged 2,000-4,000 viewers.

There is a semifinal set for 2:00 p.m. CST today, as well as the final at 3:00 p.m.

X Games Rocket League Invitational | Semi & Grand Final | ESPN

Previous articleThe Struts release New Music and Schedule Tour Dates this Fall with the Foo Fighters
Next articleThe Science Behind Fungi being able to Detect Radiation in Soil and the Atmosphere
Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.