Angry Birds World, a one-of-a-kind entertainment park, opened its doors for public at the Doha Festival City (DFC) in Qatar.
The park was conceptualized and created by Rovio Entertainment and has been developed in partnership with the location-based entertainment company, Trimoo.
Located in the heart of Doha Festival City, the entertainment park boasts 17,000 square meters park, comprising an indoor space of 6,500 square meters.
The newly completed indoor section of Angry Birds World is the first area of the park to open for visitors, with its outdoor area to open at a later stage.
Angry Birds World plays a key role in Rovio’s extensive multi-year brand licensing roadmap, driven by the upcoming release of The Angry Birds Movie 2 in late 2019.
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Fans of the mobile game series can enjoy a range of rides and attractions such as the Trampoline Universe – a mammoth 1,300 square metre area full of trampolines, or the 106 metre Own the Sky roller glider.
Furthermore, enthusiasts of the Angry Birds GO! will definitely enjoy the real rush of adrenaline in the form of the world’s first indoor and outdoor multi-level karting track. The 261-metre race track features modern positioning system technology promising a thrilling race to the finish line.
“Angry Birds World is our flagship experiential destination where millions of our passionate fans can immerse themselves in the wonderful world of Angry Birds,” said Simo Hamalainen, senior vice president of brand licensing at Rovio Entertainment.
Angry Birds World also features an educational attraction called the Big tree, an interactive learning centre where children learn about science, explore their creative sides and express their musical abilities.
Riad Makdessi, the chief executive officer at Trimo, said, “Angry Birds World is a world’s first in every aspect, from the theming to the choice of rides and entertainment.”
Angry Birds World features an abundance of food, merchandise, and event space while official Angry Birds merchandise section.