ICYMI: This week’s news
Our regular Friday round-up of what has happened in the business this week….
Kings Dominion theme park in Virginia has launched the Battle for Kings Dominion, an Extended Experience app developed by Holovis.
The world’s longest, continuous, inflatable obstacle course, has made its debut in Reading and is now preparing for a tour of the UK.
Gulliver’s Land has added two new attractions as part of a celebration of nearby Milton Keynes’ 50th anniversary.
Funtazmo, Oman’s largest indoor family entertainment amusement park, at Oman Avenues Mall in Bausher has debuted a new coaster.
Legoland Deutschland Resort starts the season with a new Ninjago World park area this year.It is part of the €9.2 million Merlin Entertainments Group has invested in the park, and is the largest single investment at Legoland Deutschland since its opening.
The Grove Resort Residences in The Grove Resort & Spa Orlando has broken ground on the construction of its new Surfari Water Park.The Surfari Water Park’s seven acres will boast two Flow Rider surf machines, two-story water slides, a kids’ area, and a lazy river.
The Middle East attractions market continues to grow, with Landmark Leisure, the entertainment division of Landmark Group, launching its sixth Fun Ville centre at Ezdan Mall, Al Wakrah, Qatar.
Stern Pinball has appointed Erik Gilly as director of consumer sales.