If you love VR, but don’t have an HMD of your very own, you’re not alone. Despite the prices of entry being lower than ever before, many gamers simply can’t afford a home VR setup. That is where VR Arcades come in, and with the interest in VR contenting to grow, these locations are snatching up as much content as possible in order to keep gamers satisfied. To aid VR Arcade owners in the monumental task of keep fresh content ever flowing, we have solutions like Springboard VR.
Springboard VR is a tool, designed for VR Arcade owners, that offers everything from play time tracking, player payment, and even new player tutorials. In addition to all that functionality, they also offer commercial gaming licensing, giving arcade owners accesses to an ever-growing library of content. This is great news for arcade owners, but also for developers like Out Their Entertainment who now have a way to put their latest game, TSA Frisky, in the hands of a whole new audience.
A Growing Trend
Springboard VR opens up a new level of exposure for games like TSA Frisky by making the game available in over 250 locations, all over the globe. All a player needs to do is select the game in the Springboard VR app, pay for the amount of time they want to play, and that’s it. The location-based VR operators make their money, the game developers set their price per minute to charge the gamer, and the gamer gets to enjoy the content.
Yes, nothing beats having your very own VR setup in the privacy of your own home. However, it is good to know that interest in VR is growing and developers have a way to reach that growing interest. After all, everyone should have a chance be a TSA agent, even if just in VR.