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here is the school bus transformed into a game room

mobile video games: have you ever heard of him? It’s actually quite strange, especially put like that, and that’s why we’re here today. We want to tell you about that time when a school bus was completely transformed into a a game room on four wheels. You are correct that the initial statement is not exactly correct, but there is a beautiful correlation between the two. We are not talking about any games room, with slot machines or similar products inside, but about a real room where you can play with PC stations, state-of-the-art appliances, living a unique experience.

The idea came from two spouses, Joshlyn Jackson and Tre Jackson, who in addition to being married are avid gamers; departed from his cityPollok, East Texas), have begun to invest their time and the remaining money from their savings to start this initiative. The final decision to make her secret dream come true, however, was given by Job loss due to Covid-19.

“Regardless of the preferences of each one in daily life, our clients will be able to discover thanks to us a place and activities that will be suitable for them. We also need people to discover how to play sports in the best possible way and benefit from completely new experiences. Both Tre and I are experienced players and we love to show others how to improve their skills.” her husband said.

Video games on four wheels: Skoolz Out is born

The name given to the means of transport is its own skoolz out and, inside, you can find plenty of workstations and activities to do, including board games. The bus owns six televisions, consoles for both adults and children, and can accommodate up to 25 people at a time (12 if everyone plans to play multiplayer).

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“We wanted a real business, but we knew it would probably never come to fruition as it required a large initial investment. Then my husband came up with the idea of ​​the bus while watching a video game trailer and we decided to buy it.” said his wife during the presentation of his project.

the entertainment service has been open since December 1 and has already been very successful among Texas players, despite the cost of participating: $150 per hour. Excessive? Perhaps, but the experience will be truly unique and the concrete support of the two experienced players to improve their skills as a player.

“We do not have enough space to organize big events, but we try to offer a new and easier way to celebrate birthdays and any event as if they were organized inside your own home” the husbands said.

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