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The future of entertainment is very likely to hit our town!
Free-roam virtual reality entertainment and training business, Zero Latency has submitted a development application to the Brisbane City Council to open its first Brisbane site, according to the Brisbane Times.
The site, which has been proposed to open oat 34 Chester Street, Newstead will be transform the existing wholesale electrical business into a gamer's dream!
Zero Latency COO Kyel Smith told the Brisbane Times the company chose Brisbane as its next location due to its younger population and our desire for the 'next level of entertainment'.
You could be playing this in VR!