Drone Interactive launches new ARCADRONE offer for B2B customers

Drone Interactive, a specialist in drone-based attractions, has announced a new live tournament offer for its ARCADRONE attraction.

Drone Interactive is pleased to announce that its B2B customers can now enjoy live tournaments on its ARCADRONE product, an award-winning drone flight attraction.

The company has introduced a commercial offer for groups, where they can use the live tournament function as a team-building activity. Teams of players can now challenge each other to beat their top scores on the ARCADRONE attraction.

Live tournaments

Animated by park staff, companies and groups can play in teams or in an all-play-all format.  Eight or more platers can challenge each other in teams of two, and compete to reach the top of the scoreboard. The animation team is also able to organise and supervise other types of tournament format too.

ARCADRONE by Drone Interactive

ARCADRONE is an interactive attraction, suitable for amusement parks and FECs. It makes drone flying accessible to everyone. Players fly the drone by sight and spectators can watch from the sidelines too.

Last year, the company won the Bpifrance Innovation Competition thanks to the unique drone attraction, which had a prize pot of €320,000. ARACADRONE also caught the eye of the French company Altiplano Ground which specialises in indoor leisure activities. Following on from this, Drone Interactive installed the ARCADRONE at Altiplano’s new 3,500-metre square park in Dardilly, France.

Competing for top scores

Thanks to ARCADRONE technology, competitors can push their limits and have fun during the tournament. Teams can develop strategies to win, and study their opponent’s tactics in order to win the top spot. Spectators can also enjoy the live tournament function, as they choose a favourite team and cheer them on.

Drone Interactive would like to thank its partner, EXALTO park in Dardilly, for supporting this new offer.

The company announced the launch of its ARCADRONE flagship product last year, after signing its first pilot installation in France.