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HTC launches $100m VR Accelerator

Located in Beijing, San Francisco, Taipei

HTC, the manufacturer of the Vive headset, is launching a $100 million accelerator program to help support virtual reality developers.

"Join the VR Revolution. Apply to HTC VIVE's VR Accelerator: VIVE X. Our mission is simple: We want to help cultivate, foster and grow the global VR ecosystem by supporting startups and providing them with education, investment, and mentorship," HTC said.

"Shape the future today by participating in our accelerator programs located in Beijing, San Francisco, Taipei and more locations to come."

The details available on the application page are still a little vague but promise access to "leaders in VR," mentorship, education, investment, networking opportunities and support with " functions such as Accounting, Finance, HR, Legal etc. so that you can concentrate on making your company great."

Companies can apply at the official site.

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