ICYMI – This week’s news
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A selection of headlines from this week’s Global Amusements and Play Daily.
Pigeon Forge adds host of new offerings
Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is adding a new array of family attractions including a new golf attraction and a giant Lego Titanic.
Digital Centre gets ready for Valentines
New frames available for annual day of romance.
Go Go Chicken
Electrocoin’s new game, GoGo Chicken, is a capsule vending machine also designed for the redemption market.
Creative Works tees up Shadowland course
Virginia-based ShadowLand recently hired Creative Works to design and install an immersive indoor black light miniature golf experience.
Paultons adds animal attraction
Paultons has revealed plans for the addition of a new African-themed animal attraction opening next month.
Superbowl win for Sega
Sega Amusements and bowling operator Superbowl UK have formed a new operational partnership which will see Sega supply Superbowl UK’s six centres, and all new future venues, the first of which will open in Ipswich in March.
Locker Network extends Herschend deal
Helix Leisure’s Locker Network has extended its relationship with Herschend Family Entertaiinment, installing in four of its venues.
Actventure partners up for Middle East expansion
Australian firm Actventure is expanded into the growing Middle East market and has formed a number of partnerships in the region to move forward with a number of projects.
China to get first Ripley’s Believe It Or Not attraction
China is to get a major new family Ripley’s-branded entertainment complex in Harbin, built by ITEC Entertainment.
ACOS confirms Olympia stay
After what it says was an overwhelmingly positive response from exhibitors and visitors, ACOS organiser, Swan Events has confirmed that the show will remain at Olympia London for 2018.