Immotion Group, the UK-based immersive virtual reality (“VR”) ‘Out of Home’ entertainment group, is pleased to announce it has in the past week, signed contracts for 68 headsets (at 11 sites), including the Company’s first outdoor enclosure of 8 headsets at Roger Williams Zoo in Rhode Island, USA.

 

The additional 68 contracted headsets (plus others already contracted but yet to be installed, including Mandalay Bay) will, once installed, take the total number of headsets in operation to 432; of which 314 will be in Partner locations, with 118 now operated in the Company’s own ImmotionVR locations.

 

It is currently expected that the bulk of the new installations (including Mandalay Bay) will occur through Q1 2020.  All of these can be fulfilled from current stock.

 

New Signed Contracts:

 

SEA LIFE Minnesota, USA                                            4 Headsets          (Aquarium)

SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth, UK                                    4 Headsets          (Aquarium)

SEA LIFE Dallas, USA                                                    4 Headsets          (Aquarium)

SEA LIFE Timmendorfer Strand, Germany               4 Headsets          (Aquarium)

SEA LIFE Orlando, USA                                                 4 Headsets          (Aquarium)

Seattle Aquarium, USA                                                   4 Headsets         (Aquarium)

Zoo Marine, Algarve                                                        4 Headsets          (Aquarium)

Adventure Aquarium, New Jersey, USA                      4 Headsets          (Aquarium)

Roger Williams Zoo, Rhode Island, USA                     8 Headsets          (Zoo)

LEGOLAND Discovery Center, San Antonio, USA    4 Headsets          (Entertainment)

Arizona Broadwalk, Arizona, USA                               24 Headsets*       (Entertainment)

 

Total                                                                                    68 Headsets

 

*8x cinematic pod headsets, plus remaining stock (equating to 16 headsets) originally earmarked for ImmotionVR.

 

The Company looks forward to updating the market on further new contracts in due course.

 

Martin Higginson, CEO of Immotion Group, said: “We are pleased to have signed a further nine partnership agreements, and for two existing partners to be taking more headsets. We now have full visibility on an installed base of 432 headsets.”

“We remain confident in our business model, and that we will achieve our breakeven target around the end of Q1 2020. Partner demand continues, and with a combination of new experiences, outdoor enclosures, and larger theatre solutions now available, we are well-positioned for growth.”

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