ICYMI: This week’s headlines

With the regularity of a rural bus route, and similarly vital for those who need to keep in touch, here comes this week’s selection of headlines.

FEC: 360Play plans sixth openingFollowing the continued success of its five existing venues, DP Leisure (DPL), plans to open a sixth UK site in 2017, this time in Farnborough town centre in Hampshire.

PARKS: Survey reveals customer peeves

Some 75 per cent of UK consumers say queuing for rides and attractions is the chief frustration whenever they visit a theme park, a survey by Omnico has found.

ARCADES: Bay Tek strengthens Games team

Bay Tek has been boosted with the recruitment of Ryan Cravens and Sammy Harrison to its Games marketing team.

TRAMPOLINES: Second opening for Red Kangaroo

Trampoline park firm Red Kangaroo, has opened its second site, investing £1.8m in converting a disused factory on a Nottingham industrial estate.

INFLATABLES: Aztec strikes gold with local grant

A new inflatable water park opens in Upton Warren, Worcestershire next month.

ARCADES: Sega bowled over with Nashville debut

Sega Amusements International made its debut at Bowl Expo in Nashville recently, showcasing its newest arcade and redemption games.

TRAMPOLINES: Xscape MK feels Gravity’s pull

Xscape Milton Keynes has today announced that a huge new trampoline park will open in its old Wonderworld unit within the complex before the end of the year.

VIRTUAL REALITY: Bandai steps up VR drive

Bandai Namco is opening a dedicated virtual reality facility in Japan, called VR Zone Shinjuku, set to be the biggest of its kind in the country.




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