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Zero Latency is opening a VR arena in Brisbane

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Zero Latency will bring its unique VR arena experience to Brisbane, the company recently declared.

Much like its original location in Melbourne, the upcoming Newstead, QLD location will sport a 400-meter open VR arena that can be used as one or two play zones. Back when we tried it out in 2015, we called the experience “VR on performance enhancing drugs”.

Dates and pricing has yet to be made available, but those interested in following the news can sign up for Zero Latency’s VIP newsletter here.

Zero Latency hopes to have 20 locations up and running around the world by the end of the year. A Tokyo location was added to the list a little over a year ago.

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