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.
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.
Bay Tek has been boosted with the recruitment of Ryan Cravens and Sammy Harrison to its Games marketing team.
Trampoline park firm Red Kangaroo, has opened its second site, investing £1.8m in converting a disused factory on a Nottingham industrial estate.
A new inflatable water park opens in Upton Warren, Worcestershire next month.
Sega Amusements International made its debut at Bowl Expo in Nashville recently, showcasing its newest arcade and redemption games.
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.
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.