An Irish company has chosen Liverpool as the first UK location to launch its new interactive escape game.
Creative Events, based in Dublin, is bringing the group gaming experience to Liverpool following its success in Ireland where thousands of people have already enjoyed the challenge.
The GPS activated game, which can be played any time, sees teams move around the city centre’s streets solving puzzles, cracking codes and completing challenges to take down Big Al’s casino in a classic heist.
Mark French, Director, Creative Events said:
“From a business point of view, it makes perfect sense for Liverpool to be our first UK location with its iconic backdrop and proximity to Ireland.
“It’s a great outdoor activity for teambuilding and exploring the city in a fun way.
“Thousands have already taken up the challenge to take down Big Al’s casino with reviewers praising the easy to use app and the fact it can be played at any time and at their own pace.”
There are plans to roll out the game to more than 50 locations.
More information can be found at www.thebigescape.com
"It makes perfect sense for Liverpool to be our first UK location with its iconic backdrop and proximity to Ireland. Its a great outdoor activity for teambuilding and exploring the city in a fun way"
Mark French, Director, Creative Events
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