Batting Cages to VR Zones: Here's all you need to know about Glasgow's new entertainment centre

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Batting Cages to VR Zones: Here's all you need to know about the St Enoch's new entertainment centre
Batting Cages to VR Zones: Here's all you need to know about the St Enoch's new entertainment centre

A new high tech entertainment centre is set to open at the St Enoch Centre this year.

Level X will open in the former Hamley’s Toy Store this summer promising to be as “fun for the adults as it is the kids”

The high tech hub will see bowling, mini-golf; interactive darts, e-sports, batting cages, the very best arcades and a VR zone that will include the latest roaming VR tech.

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Graeme Smith, Chief Operating Officer, said: “Level X is all about merging the games you loved as a kid with cool tech elements to elevate the experience.

“We’ve been all over the world looking for the latest and best games with a particular focus on tech and I’m confident that we can bring products that people in the UK have never experienced before.

“The venues themselves are bigger than we’ve ever launched before and the fit-outs will be fantastic - with loads of colour, different zones and huge attention to the detail.”

The Glasgow Times previously reported that Lane 7, the company behind Level X, would be investing around £3million in their new venue.

It is hoped that 60 to 70 jobs will be created when the centre opens.

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Matt Elgey at Sovereign Centros, said: “This is a very exciting addition to St. Enoch Centre which will further strengthen our already appealing leisure offer.

“Level X brings something fresh for our customers and has been designed to appeal to the whole family and we are confident it will be a huge success.”

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