This week’s headlines…
If you happened to miss anything over the last few days...
Here’s our regular Friday round up of this week’s news..
Timezone set for expansion after equity partnership
Australian FEC firm Timezone Group has generated extra capital by partnering with one of Australia’s leading private equity firms, Quadrant Private Equity.
Triotech Enters VR Market With Ubisoft Tie-In
Attraction will feature well known IP Raving Rabbids and Assassin’s Creed
Timbalaya signs first franchise with Kuwaiti deal
Timbalaya, the story-led IP and outdoor natural play attraction specialist, has signed its first franchise deal, with the Touristic Enterprises Company (TEC) in Kuwait.
Apple Industries unveils new Time Square promo at IAAPA
Faceplace manufacturer Apple Industries, is using this year’s IAAPA to launch an ambitious social media promotion that puts the customer’s Face Place portrait in Times Square.
Dynamic Attractions Unveils New Smaller Footprint Flying Theatre
Dynamic Flightcycle is suitable for venues smaller than are typical for theatre rides
Escape room firm Riddlr has just launched in Bristol, opening a new attraction with three escape rooms, each with different themes.
Kalahari Adds New Interactive Slide Experience
New Storm Chaser ride features interactive gameplay
Walt Disney parks hold up well, during flat year
Walt Disney has reported earnings for its fourth quarter and fiscal year ended 30th September, 2017, with revenues from parks and resorts increasing by six per cent.
Qubica previewing new video game-style bowling product
QubicaAMF previewed its next-generation bowling product, HyperBowling at the IAAPA Attractions Expo in Orlando this week.
Sega wins at IAAPA with Daytona
Sega Amusements International won a Brass Ring award for Daytona Championship USA, for Best New Product in the Arcade & Video Games Category at IAAPA.
Flip Out Set To Open In Manchester
New Manchester centre will be the firm’s 76th opening.
FunDimension opens in Wynwood