Cutting edge VR entertainment benefiting the community, economy and tourism
A new form of entertainment that sees a joint venture between South Korean company KT Corporation and Iskandar Innovations Sdn Bhd, a member of Iskandar Investment Berhad (IIB) group under their company; Virtual Realm Sdn Bhd has opened VRinity – Virtual Centre of Excellence at the Mall of Medini in Iskandar Puteri, Johor.
Officiating the grand launch was Jimmy Puah, Chairman of International Trade, Investment, Utilities Committee of Johor who said that the joint venture between IIB and KT Corporation has definitely contributed to the progressive economic transformation that is in line with the vision of the Johor state government.
The VR centre is the third in the world to be operating here in Malaysia with the first two centres based in South Korea by KT Corporation. The chairman of Virtual Realm Sdn Bhd claims that the latest attraction in Iskandar Puteri is targeted to obtain 40,000 visitors in the first year and would expand value to this region.
Over RM4mil has been invested collectively by both IIB and KT Corporation into VRinity, their first phase of cooperation and there are more to come in the future as IIB is also in the looks to train and develop local talents in forming the AR industry.
VRinity offers 8 games with its 2 signature games, Special Force VR Ace and Black Badge: Signal. The two and including World War Toons are catered for visitors of 12 years old and above while the rest are for all ages.
In conjunction with the opening, promotional prices are offered for all you can play with Kids (6-8 years old) at RM69/pax and 9 years onwards are tagged at RM83/pax reserved for Malaysian visitors.
VRinity opens from 10am to 10pm and bookings can be made via www.vrinity.com or contact +607 567 8901.