ICYMI – This week’s headlines
A round-up of news from the last seven days
Parks and attractions perform for DisneyThe Walt Disney Company has reported quarterly earnings for its first fiscal quarter ended December 30th, 2017, with revenue from parks and resorts increasing to $5.2bn.
There’s no word on whether it will be available over here, but more than ten years since the last in the series, Sega is launching a new version of House of the Dead in Japanese arcades.
Oyster Lane Limited has been cleared by An Bord Pleanála to build a family entertainment centre inside a major commercial development in Wexford town.
Picsolve has appointed David Hockley as chief executive officer, following an interim period in charge of the company.
Amusement industry online resource and distributor, Highway Games will distribute the first officially licensed pinball table from Homepin – Thunderbirds – based on the classic puppet series from the 1960s.
Ropes Courses has fitted out a new Sky Trail high ropes course at Puxton Park near Weston-super-Mare, which will open in March.
House of Air Trampoline Parks will open its newest trampoline park, located in Crowley, Texas, in March.
Innovative Technology showcased its latest innovation, giving customers a first glimpse of the NV9 Spectral advanced note validator at the ICE Show at ExCeL, London.
Inflatable theme park specialist, Inflata Nation, is opening another venue in Birmingham, which will be its biggest.
Parques Reunidos, has partnered with US film and television production and distribution company Lionsgate, and plans to open an indoor leisure centre at the Príncipe Pío station, in Madrid.
Betson parent group, H. Betti Industries has hired Glenn Quaiver as senior vice president of operations.