Posted on July 07 2020
Operators often wish to see some performance data on our rides before making a purchase decision and to get the best ROI. They ask us how Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride is performing in the market before deciding to add the attraction to their venue.
We’re happy to say that many operators are reporting between 800-1,000 plays per week. At $5/play (average) per player position, they are seeing a very healthy return on their investment. In some busy locations the number of plays per week exceed 1,700!
With several hundred units sold globally in the last 10 months, we thought it was time to share our best tips to help you make the most out of your new Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride.
Here are our Top Virtual Rabbids Performance Tips
#01 – KEEP AN EYE ON YOUR CONSUMABLES
#02 – DISPLAY PLAYERS’ REACTIONS & GET THE AUDIENCE ENGAGED
People love to watch each other play Virtual Rabbids: The Big Ride! Make sure to keep the area around the front of your cabinet open so spectators can gather and watch the hilarious player reactions and overhead video during the ride while waiting for their turn.
Virtual Rabbids is an attention grabber, so make it a signature piece of your game room!
#03 – TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE PROMOTIONAL MEDIA KIT
The ride now offers a completely FREE promotional kit of print and digital artwork that’s ready to use or customize with your logo to help you promote it. This package includes content for TV displays, social media, web banners, posters and pop-up banners to help Operators effectively promote this attraction to their guests.
#04 – CHECK YOUR SAFETY SENSORS
Both the emergency stop button and the safety sensors have the power to stop all motion during game play. Ensure the area around the safety sensors is clear and the sensor windows and reflectors are clean and free of any obstruction. We suggest setting a regular schedule to check that the stop button and safety sensor inputs are operating correctly.
Check your Virtual Rabbids game manual on page 34-35 for step by step instructions on checking and calibrating the safety sensors if necessary.
#05 – GENERAL GAME MAINTENANCE
Regularly dust and vacuum the interior of the cabinet, taking care to remove any objects that may have fallen.
Check the PCs for dust accumulation. Open the cases and gently blow out any dust from ventilation and cooling fans.
Check the keyboard operation and replace the batteries when needed (2 x AA).
Article sourced from : https://laigames.com/virtual-rabbids-performance/
Credits : LAI Games