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The Waypoint VRcade

The video arcade is making a comeback, but immersive gaming is the new hot ticket. Some people though may find it difficult due to the amount of sensory overload happening. Places like The Waypoint VRcade are making sure everyone can enjoy gaming in virtual reality.

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  • Ruby RiottProfessional WrestlerWorld Wrestling Entertainment
  • Alyssa Kay MibbGame MasterThe Waypoint VRcade
  • Cody YoungGame MasterThe Waypoint VRcade
  • Jen Van LeeuwenOwnerThe Waypoint VRcade
  • Todd Van LeeuwenFounder/OwnerThe Waypoint VRcade

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Date uploaded: March 3, 2020
Organization: The Waypoint VRcade
City: Mishawaka, IN

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