This week’s headlines….
All the news you missed from this week's GAP Daily Newsletter
If you didn’t get a chance to read the GAP Daily Newsletter this week, here’s what you missed…
Merlin Entertainments is building a third North American Legoland theme park in New York state with an investment of $350m.
Ropes Courses has signed a deal with Clip ‘n Climb, to manufacture its climbing structures in Michigan and take on distribution in America.
Stern Pinball is launching a new line of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy-licensed pinball machines.
Sega has announced a joint development venture with ICE to work on Hoopla, the next game in the ICE carnival skill wall series.
The build-up to IAAPA continues, with Bandai Namco the latest to reveal its show offering, which will include everything from mechanical redemption games through to the latest VR developments.
Sega says it will be offering games from every major category, from video to redemption, prize to kid’s and sports games, at this year’s IAAPA show.
If you’re looking to identify the next trend in attractions, how about this? Axe throwing.
US rides and action games specialist Galaxy America has launched a new range of family-centric adventure courses called Galaxy Ninja.
Cashless systems specialist Sacoa, is launching a new system called VLocker, combining a debit card and locker system in one.
QubicaAMF has installed a new bowling feature at Villages Nature Paris.
A new 4,000 square metre KidZania is opening at the Oxygen megaproject, in San Francisco de Heredia, Costa Rica, offering the brand’s unique new role play experience that rewards children for learning as they pretend.
Suzohapp is lining up a wide range of amusement centre solutions for this year’s IAAPA, including cash handling, game controls, components and a new customisable cabinet.