Firm Launches New Party Solution In Austin Market, With An Eye Towards National Roll-out Via Franchisees
March 18, 2008 // Franchising.com // Austin, TX – Party planners looking to turn run-of-the-mill events, such as birthday parties and corporate events, into exciting extravaganzas need look no further than Games2U (www.G2U.com), a new mobile video game theater company designed to bring the hottest systems and video games to any location or event.
The company's theaters are self-powered, climate-controlled and feature state-of-the-art electronics – including multiple 50-inch flat-screen HDTV displays and enhanced surround sound – which virtually immerse players in the games. Games2U offers the ultimate party solution, in which up to 24 people can simultaneously play three systems – X-Box 360, Nintendo Wii and Sony Playstation 3 – with 16 players inside and eight additional players outside.
From family reunions to school carnivals to office parties, Games2U provides a fun and unique experience for all guests. The firm also offers parents a hassle-free, mess-free and stress-free party while providing companies with a great way to promote teamwork and increase employee productivity.
Consumers don't have to pay much for this off-the-beaten-path convenience either: a two-hour party is $299, plus $129 for each additional hour.
Games2U offers a customized experience for all ages and all skill levels and boasts the hottest racing, sports and first-person shooter games around. A highly trained Game Coach oversees the entire experience, serving as on-site manager of each theater and keeping players excited and engaged.
The firm is poised for tremendous growth in the Austin market and beyond.
"Video gaming has grown into an $18 billion industry, with more than 50 percent of Americans playing video games on a regular basis. Against this backdrop, it's easy to forecast tremendous consumer demand for our service," said Stuart Pikoff, co-founder of Games2U.
Games2U has also developed a comprehensive franchise program that includes a low initial cost, requires no construction or store front, creates immediate income, has a robust website and an in depth support and training system. "We are currently working with prospective franchisees in over a dozen different states," said David Pikoff, co-founder of Games 2U.
For more information, visit www.G2U.com.