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Omni Arena: $300K Revenues and 5-Month ROI

Jun

25

2019

Omni Arena: $300K Revenues and 5-Month ROI

Omni Arena: $300K Revenues and 5-Month ROI The world’s first Omni Arena installation, at Pinballz, an FEC in Austin, Texas, earned revenues of $75,000 in its first three months of operation. Pinballz charges $15 per play per player and operates Omni Arena with one attendant. At the current rate, Omni Arena is on track to […]

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Omni Arena Debuts At Dave & Buster’s

Jun

13

2019

Omni Arena Debuts At Dave & Buster’s

Omni Arena Debuts At Dave & Buster’s We are thrilled to announce the launch of Omni Arena™ at Dave & Buster’s. The action-packed Omni Arena experience will be offered first for a limited time at the Dave & Buster’s location in Austin, Texas. By incorporating the Omni, Virtuix’s proprietary treadmill that enables movement in 360 […]

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Can VR Esports Be Your Next Anchor Attraction?

May

30

2019

Can VR Esports Be Your Next Anchor Attraction?

Why Anchor Attractions Are Critical to Your Success An anchor attraction is an iconic, signature attraction that makes your entertainment center unique. Anchor attractions at FECs have historically included bowling, laser tag, go-karting, and other large, expensive rides or activities that drive traffic to your venue. Customers come specifically to play these attractions and they […]

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Operating VR: When throughput doesn’t matter

Apr

09

2019

Operating VR: When throughput doesn’t matter

$30K/Month with One Attendant: It’s About Utilization, Efficiency, and Pricing A lot has been said and written about poor throughput of VR attractions. But in many locations, throughput is NOT the most important metric. One month ago, Virtuix installed the world’s first Omni Arena™ at Pinballz, a family entertainment center (FEC) in Austin, Texas, where […]

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Omni Arena launch results

Apr

01

2019

Omni Arena launch results

Hello Community, First Omni Arena Site: $10,000 in First 10 Days This month we installed the world’s first Omni Arena esports attraction at Pinballz, a family entertainment center in Austin, Texas. Pinballz charges $15 per play per person, or $12 as part of a combo package. A total of 820 guests played in the first […]

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5 Tips for Marketing a VR Attraction at Your FEC

Mar

18

2019

5 Tips for Marketing a VR Attraction at Your FEC

How to Generate $10,000 in Your First 10 Days with VR This month we installed the world’s first Omni Arena esports attraction at Pinballz, a family entertainment center in Austin, Texas. A total of 820 guests played in the first 10 days, generating revenues of more than $10,000. Although these results cover only the first […]

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6 Lessons Learned From 1 Million Omniverse Plays

Feb

22

2019

6 Lessons Learned From 1 Million Omniverse Plays

Operating a virtual reality (VR) attraction at a family entertainment center (FEC) can be daunting. What are the ingredients for success? Last month, Virtuix’s “Omniverse” VR gaming platform sailed past one million plays. With this milestone achieved, we decided to share the six major lessons that Virtuix and our operators learned along the way. Lesson […]

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Esports for FECs: Key insights and data

Feb

13

2019

Esports for FECs: Key insights and data

Have you heard about esports and wondered how this new phenomenon can help your business grow? Esports is becoming a buzzword for FECs, and for good reason. With nearly 70% of esports fans aged between 18 and 34 years old, esports offers a way for FEC operators to attract a new generation of gamers that […]

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Running with the bulls in VR

Feb

01

2019

Running with the bulls in VR

Hello Community, January Omniverse ESPORTS™ Contest 80 players on four continents competed in our first global esports tournament, vying for the top spot on the leaderboard and first prize of $1,000 plus an HTC Vive headset. Congrats to the winners, Matteus and CKiLLA, who played at The Nexus VR arcade in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. […]

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