ICYMI: This week’s headlines
If it’s Friday it must be time for the round up of this week’s GAP Daily news….
William’s Den, a £3m timber crafted play adventure attraction near North Cave, Yorkshire, officially opened yesterday (Monday July 3rd), and is set to be the UK’s largest bespoke indoor timber play experience.
Sega’s new racing game Daytona Championship USA is rolling out to arcades all over the world and operators are reporting top earnings for the game, says the firm.
Travel planning and booking site TripAdvisor, has named Paultons Park as the UK’s best-rated amusement park in its Travellers’ Choice Awards.
China Daily reports on a new high-tech solution which has turned an old style Arcade toy claw machine into a trendy investment opportunity.
VRstudios, has launched its VRcade Arena system and Attraction Management Platform software, which allows for warehouse-scale multiplayer VR gaming.
Dutch specialist Van Egdom, has signed a deal to supply a new treehouse family water attraction to Center Parcs, Allgau Germany.
JNC has released the next instalment of Super Heroes this summer in the form of a two-player ticket roll down machine, with limited stock available for immediate delivery.
Yorkshire gets another new family attraction with the opening of AquaPark on Tuesday 18 July at North Yorkshire Water Park near Scarborough.