Competitive sports and the virtual reality experience in London

While Esports have taken over Asia and let’s face it, the rest of the world too, what does that mean for the future of other more physically competitive sports and will virtual reality have something to do with any changes that may happen? With Navrtar’s new virtual reality experience in London offering a range of different scenarios from space marines virtual reality experience in London protecting the earth to zombie apocalypses, and escape rooms, how far could we go to offer something more competitive? As it is, we rank our teams and their successful missions on a leaderboard which has sparked a healthy set of goals and competitive feelings for new teams that arrive to play a few games, but is this just the beginning for moving physically competitive sports into the virtual arena?

Real-world sports

Now it is obvious that things like swimming, diving virtual reality experience in London, base jumping, surfing, etc. are not ever going to be replaced by a so we need to look at what most competitive computer and console gaming involves to see what real-world scenarios might be affected. Competitive gaming usually involves shooting or spellcasting of some kind, and while competitive shooting exists as a real-world sport and can easily be translated into a VR environment, Dota spellcasting could mean something far more immersive and interactive in the competitive VR arena.

But what does this all mean? Well, gamers will become more fit as VR gets you out of your chair and moving as the all famous augmented reality console Wii proved to us, and physical sports may become less popular as more people can be involved in a virtual arena than a physical one.

Where are we at in all of this debate?

This potential new reality is still a little way off and the is still very much just for fun with a group of friends, you and the other players can enjoy a free-roaming interactive and immersive experience in a game of your choosing and also enjoy the social element of having a laugh and a few drinks at our fully stocked bar while you watch others playing too.

The games are rated for the ages of 13 and older and all children that are under the drinking age are to be accompanied by an adult. We have a zombie apocalypse for you and your team to survive or you could become a space marine and defend the earth from an alien invasion. There is also an option for you and your team to become a group of police officers who try to foil a heist, this option has a lot less shooting and more puzzles like an escape room. Whichever game you choose to play there will be an introductory lesson to get everyone used to the gameplay, so that they can get the most out of a session. Bring your friends, family, and colleagues and see if you can get your team up on the leaderboard this season!