Dream Teams Up With 3 Point Productions for 2021 Season

ATLANTA – The Atlanta Dream and 3 Point Productions have partnered for the 2021 WNBA Season to bring fans in Atlanta a world-class game experience, the organization announced today.

The company has been tasked with spearheading the creative concepts and production of the Dream’s 2021 game presentation at Gateway Center Arena @ College Park, and created the team’s intro video, which has received hundreds of thousands of impressions across social media (and can be viewed here).

“We were familiar with 3 Point Productions because of the excellent work they did for the WNBA in the Wubble,” said Renee Montgomery, Dream co-owner and vice president. “Once we all discussed our vision for the Dream and our desire to lean in to the Atlanta community, we knew 3 Point could bring it to life. We’re excited to have them on board!”

Co-Founders Matt Heuer and Patrick Walker have been involved in WNBA game and creative production since 2001, and together created 3 Point Productions in 2012 in Seattle, Wash. They initially worked with the Dream in the 2020 WNBA “Wubble” in Bradenton, Fla.

“Through music, visuals and entertainment, we plan to embrace Atlanta’s culture to design an in-arena experience that is unique and customized for Dream fans,” Heuer said. “This Dream roster is full of engaging personalities and we’re looking forward to working with the entire team to maximize home court advantage in Atlanta.”

3 Point Productions has produced full game presentation for the Seattle Storm, the Las Vegas Aces, the New York Liberty and the Phoenix Mercury, as well as the NBA G League 2021 bubble season, WNBA All-Star (2017 Seattle, 2019 Las Vegas), NBA All-Star events, NBA Global Games, Basketball Africa League, NCAA Final Four events, NBA on TNT events and Bleacher Report (B/R) events.

“We’re excited for the opportunity to partner with the Dream and produce their home games in College Park this season,” Walker said. “With new ownership, a new venue and fans back in the building, we aim to elevate Dream home games and bring a new level of WNBA fan experience to Atlanta.”

The Atlanta Dream host the Chicago Sky Wednesday, May 19 at 7:00 p.m. ET. Due to WNBA protocols and current spacing requirements, the Dream will only be able to host full season ticket holders for the first three home games (all in May). The team is in daily communication with the WNBA and hope to communicate changes as the season progresses that allow us to open up seats for single-game purchasers.

The Atlanta Dream tipped-off their 14th season in the WNBA in May 2021. The organization, who plays its home games at the Gateway Center Arena @ College Park, has qualified for the WNBA Playoffs in nine of its first 13 seasons.