On Monday, Dallas, Texas-based Main Event Entertainment is poised for a virtual reality first in Orlando, Florida.
The company plans to be the first to launch a 2,200 square foot free-roam, multi-player virtual reality experience, V-Play Reality, powered by Zero Latency, in Orlando (located at Pointe Orlando) this month.
“V-Play Reality utilizes technology created by Australia-based Zero Latency, the pioneer in free-roam virtual reality gaming,” reads a statement emailed to VRJournal.
This warehouse-scale, multi-player, virtual reality game will be a permanent part of the 45,000 square-foot entertainment complex.
Main Event Entertainment at Pointe Orlando is the company’s 30th center nationwide and first in Florida.
Main Event Entertainment President and CEO Charlie Keegan says that his company’s V-Play Reality experience “will immediately be considered bucket-list worthy for both hard-core and novice gamers alike, to Head for FUN and visit our newest venue for a truly unique and stimulating group experience.”