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SPREE Interactive announces partnerships to bring VR Bumper Cars to Saudi Arabia

I.E. Park Soli Car will roll the experience out to SALA Entertainment venues

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SPREE Interactive, a provider of active free-roam VR experiences, has partnered with I.E. Park Soli Car and SALA Entertainment to deploy its VR Bumper Car attractions across Saudi Arabia. Beginning this month, SPREE Interactive and I.E. Park will roll our Cyberblaster, an immersive VR bumper car experience, to SALA Entertainment FECs in Riyadh and beyond.

Cyberblaster, created by SPREE and VFX studio PIXOMONDO, challenges guests to work together to battle drones and computer viruses within a futuristic virtual world. The experience is supported by cutting edge NK cars and floor pickup tracks from I.E. Park and software infrastructure from SPREE, licensed by VR Coaster.

A fast growing segment

“In a world where VR is one of the fastest-growing segments of the amusement market, I.E.Park Soli Car is investing in entertainment solutions that allow our clients to have all-encompassing VR experiences like never before,” says Andrea Munari, I.E Park’s President. 

“We want players to foster long-lasting memories as they transport to another world and SPREE Interactives’ sophisticated use of sensors is testament to our continued commitment to adopting advancing technologies.”

SPREE Interactive’s VR Bumper Car attraction can be used by operators to upgrade their current bumper car systems or as a full turnkey solution. For FECs, amusement parks and other LBE venues, it provides a fast ROI and high throughput, and for visitors, it offers a sci-fi adventure that they will want to return and play again.

Last month, SPREE Interactive also released a new virtual reality solution, based on the successful online and console game Dynablaster. In addition, the growing company recently achieved over 250% revenue growth and is now seeking Series A funding from international, financial and strategic investors. This will allow it to sustain further global expansion and to build a location-based metaverse for virtual entertainment, education and sports.

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