Canada’s First Virtual Reality Arcade Opens Its Doors


Ctrl V, a virtual reality arcade based in Waterloo, Canada, opened its doors to the public on May 30. CEO Ryan Brooks said it was the first of its kind to open in Canada, and highlighted the hundreds of people that had attended the arcade’s previous soft opening.

The arcade features 16 gaming stations, each of which can be reserved for $20 an hour and has a selection of 10 games. Ctrl V’s owners are hoping to entice students at the University of Waterloo to create more content for the arcade, tapping into a growing interest in developing for VR systems.

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