Atari is Creating Jobs by Opening Gaming-Themed Hotels

Atari recently announced their plans to build eight hotels in the United States. The first Atari Hotel will be built in Phoenix, Arizona, with construction scheduled to break ground in 2020. Additional hotels are planned for Las Vegas, Denver, Chicago, Austin, Seattle, San Francisco and San Jose.

According to Atari’s announcement, their “unique lodging experience” will be a “one-of-a-kind video game-themed destination.”. The hotels will be entirely dedicated to video games, including augmented reality and virtual reality experiences. Atari Hotels level up hotel entertainment with fully immersive experiences for every age and gaming ability, Atari, via statement. A number of select hotels will also offer “state-of-the-art” studios and venues for esport events.

Atari is an iconic global brand that resonates with people of all ages, countries, cultures and ethnic backgrounds and we cannot wait for our fans and their families to enjoy this new hotel concept, Fred Chesnais, CEO of Atari, via statement

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