IAAPA news: VRstudios and Creative Works launch 'Fury' VR attraction
Leisure Opportunities
Job search
Job Search
see all jobs
Latest job opportunities
Coach Gyms
Self Employed
Leeds, Yorkshire
Wheels for All
£20,020 FTE - £8,080pa for 14 hrs per week
University of Liverpool
£17,901 - £18,530 pa + shift allowance
star job
Highgate School
Highgate, North London
Leisure Focus
£22,000 - £27,000pa + pension + benefits
Windsor or Maidenhead, Berkshire

IAAPA news: VRstudios and Creative Works launch 'Fury' VR attraction

VRStudios and Creative Works have launched a new VR-based multiplayer attraction
Fury will be marketed as the world’s first unattended, two-player VR esports attraction
The attraction made its debut at the IAAPA Expo 2021 in Orlando
The launch of Fury is part of a larger partnership deal between VRstudios and Creative Works
Job opportunities
Edinburgh Leisure
£33,513 - £37,236pa
location: Edinburgh, United Kingdom
RockReef Ltd
Competitive DOE
location: Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Lake District National Park
c£20,500pa + pension + great benefits
location: Brockhole on Windermere, Lake District, United Kingdom
more jobs

VRstudios and Creative Works have launched a new VR-based multiplayer attraction.

Described as the world’s first unattended, two-player VR esports attraction, Fury has been designed to deliver physically active experiences in a small footprint.

The VR gameplay options include “Hoops Madness,” which utilises real-world physics to deliver a VR basketball experience with authentic shooting and ball-handling.

Fury made its debut at the IAAPA Expo in Orlando this week (16-19 November).

Kevin Vitale, CEO and chair of VRstudios, said: ​​“With Fury, we're making it easy for location-based entertainment operators to bring in a money-making, high-throughput attraction that combines the immersion of virtual reality gaming with the community building, events and competition.

“Creative Works’ experience with esports and impressive track record of promoting innovative VR attractions makes them a great partner for us.”

The launch of Fury is part of a larger partnership deal between VRstudios, creator of free-roam multiplayer VR attractions and Creative Works, a turnkey attraction developer.

Under the partnership, Creative Works has become an authorised distributor in North America for VRstudios’ products.

The two companies also plan to collaborate on future products for the visitor attractions market, leveraging VRstudios’ technology and products and Creative Works’ fabrication, distribution, and service capabilities.

Sign up for FREE ezines & magazines
VRstudios and Creative Works have launched a new VR-based multiplayer attraction.

More News

1 - 15 of 43,661
21 May 2022
Go Fit has been selected by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) as an example of best practice for public–private partnership collaboration (PPP). ... More
19 May 2022
Ness, a US startup that is developing a range of wellness-driven credit cards, has launched its first product, the Ness Rewards app, with longer-term plans ... More
19 May 2022
Following a history of supporting US military and service members, F45 has announced a new initiative called F45 After, which offers US military personnel exclusive ... More
19 May 2022
Scruffy Dog Creative Group and Simtec Systems have partnered to launch a new immersive trackless dark ride featuring the popular Mattel IP, Fisher-Price. The ride's ... More
18 May 2022
Hyatt is piloting private gyms in five of its US hotels as part of its Stay Fit Private Fitness programme. The exercise spaces are located ... More
17 May 2022
A young girl has died following an incident at the David Lloyd gym at Capability Green, Luton. According to the BBC, police were called to ... More
17 May 2022
New fitness franchise, Circuit Society, has signed its first London location in Bayswater. The 3,000sq ft (280sq m) micro-gym, run by franchisee Liz Benjamin, will ... More
16 May 2022
Active Nottingham, part of Nottingham City Council, has released a children’s book called Can We Splash? to encourage more parents to take children swimming. The ... More
13 May 2022
The new £42m Moorways Sports Village will open its doors to the public on Saturday 21 May. The community-focused development is the result of a ... More
11 May 2022
Fitness industry veteran Harm Tegelaars has returned to the fitness industry by joining the board of directors at Hussle. Tegelaars founded the Cannons Group in ... More
11 May 2022
Planet Fitness saw its Q1 2022 revenue increase by 66.9 per cent (to US$186.7m) on 2021 – the latest sign that the US fitness market ... More
10 May 2022
Sport England and UK Active have signed a five-year partnership agreement which will see the two organisations tackle inequalities within the sport and physical activity ... More
Les Mills
Les Mills
10 May 2022
Planet Fitness is offering high-school students free access to any of its 2,200 locations in the US and Canada from 16 May to 31 August. ... More
10 May 2022
A visitor attraction celebrating the history of the Scottish parish of Gretna Green – and its heritage as a destination for 'runaway marriages – has ... More
09 May 2022
How can organisations, including health club and leisure businesses, decarbonise, generate clean energy and harness attitudes of 'energy sobriety' to reduce CO2 emissions? These are ... More
1 - 15 of 43,661