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The newest venue of Oxygen Freejumping has opened at the O2 Arena in London, UK.

Implemented by zynk Design and Lunar Trampolines, the flagship 30,000 sq ft (2,787 sq m) indoor park features over 150 trampolines, dodgeball and volleyball courts, a ninja warrior course, and a foam pit.

Other attractions include a six-metre-high suspension ropes course and interactive 'Reaction Walls'.

Speaking on the launch, Dave Stalker, CEO of Oxygen Freejumping said, "The O2 is a global entertainment destination so to open an Oxygen site here is an exciting time for the brand. zynk has been our design partner from day one and played a crucial part in creating our unique customer experience.”

Stavros Theodoulous, managing director at zynk Design added: "It is great to see the Oxygen brand evolve to become a complete family entertainment centre.

"At the beginning stages of Oxygen’s roll-out, we took the time to future-proof the brand, and that is paying dividends now as it continues to create a fresh and exciting consumer experience, even when applied to a huge venue like the O2."

The project, which has been in development since 2014, is Oxygen and zynk’s eighth collaboration.

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