This game experience can initially only be booked at Pathé Arnhem, but if this ‘pilot’ is successful, it will be examined whether Pathé Privé Play can also be rolled out in other locations in the short term.
Casper Krijgsman, Theater Manager a.i. Pathé Arnhem: “The situation created by the corona virus has ensured that people spend more time with games than ever before. They need entertainment, but at the same time interaction and social contact. With Pathé Privé Play we bring these needs together in a unique experience that is fantastic for both the player and the spectator. Of course we strictly adhere to the guidelines of the RIVM and with our measures we ensure that no unsafe feeling can arise, inside or outside the room. “
How does Pathé Privé Play work?
Players can play their favorite games in a cinema room with a maximum of sixteen people for a fixed price of 180 euros. They are not tied to a specific console and have the freedom to work with their own console and saved game library for two hours (daily between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM). Of course there is a strong internet connection in the room.