The solution for recreational facilities, which has a total of 19 centers, publishes the number of games held.
Zero Latency, the arcades franchise that opened its first European center in Madrid (hand in hand with the Spanish company 7Fun), has shared that its 19 centers spread over nine countries have already housed a total of more than 500,000 games. According to them, the Madrid center is one of the most popular in the world, where more than 37,000 players have overcome together the 41,000 games.
“Half a million games played is an important milestone, and it is exciting to see such a significant number of people from different countries enjoying our unique social experiences. It is also true for our licensed partners, and it reinforces us as the leading market leader in multiplayer virtual reality with freedom of movement” ” he says Tim Ruse, CEO of Zero Latency.
7Fun, which recently incorporated Immotion technology in a new location, opened at the end of last year its second European Zero Latency center in Lisbon (Portugal), in which more than 10,000 games have already been made.
Zero Latency offers a wireless multiplayer experience where users move physically across a large open space. Currently, the center of Madrid has 4 different experiences: Zombie Survival, Singularity, Engineerium and Outbreak Origins, the most popular being the first of them.