How do you put a sumo wrestler into an Apple Watch?
Japan Sumo Association and Tokyo-based Dwango, will make their official sumo application for iPhones compatible with the Apple Watch in time for the release of the product on Friday. The app displays profiles, match results and still images of the wrestlers. It can also notify users when their favorite wrestler is about to enter the ring.
The app is free but for ¥600 a month ($6), users can get notifications about additional wrestlers and watch video of matches on their iPhones. It will be available in Japanese and English. Dwango is a telecommunications and media company based in Japan, headed by Nobuo Kawakami. The company is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Kadokawa Dwango Corporation.