Stinger Report 1073

The Stinger Report: Entertainment’s Shifting Paradigm – Part 1

In The Stinger Report # 1073

This issue covers in detail:

Report Skinny

1. Chicago PAC-MAN Entertainment venue is rebranded by new owner, GENDAR, as developments are revealed in the selling off of the amusement facility business; while SEGA reveals eSports aspirations for ‘Virtua Fighter’
2. Serious investment is made into eSports business and the new structure of the post-COVID market starts to solidify, while partnerships, mergers and acquisitions take hold.
3. Looking to unitize IP assets seems to be the order of the day, with classic arcade titles making a reappearance, as SEGA and BANDAI NAMCO reveal efforts to leverage their back catalogues, along with others.
4. This issue includes a far-reaching look at the developments in the eSports scene, seeing companies such as ImSim and Synthesis VR partner on a new platform, as well as the new investment from other corporations.
….and much, much more!
The Stinger Report, published by KWP and its director, Kevin Williams, as the leading interactive out-of-home entertainment news-and-views resource, covering the immersive frontier and beyond.

 

Main Report

The current trends in the LBE sector have warranted the need to start an occasional series that looks at the trends and developments in the market that are emerging beyond the traditional approaches to business. Borrowing the term “Go Big or Go Home”, this reflects the needs of the industry moving forward to be a vector of large innovative projects, rather than reflecting the dangerous attitude from some to return to the status quo.

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