Landsborough locals Paul and Renae Kingston are passionate about offering world class entertainment right here on the Sunshine Coast. Many people would know Paul and Renae from their other business ventures, Netlock and Kingston Horse Supplies, both based in Landsborough, but the couple recently jumped at the opportunity to get involved with Zero Latency, opening their centre in June 2021. Paul explained that the company started in Melbourne, using Australian-invented technology, and has now spread to 77 locations around the world. Zero Latency is a cutting-edge world-leader in providing free-roam, multi-player virtual reality. Paul invited GC&M News to play at their arena in Birtinya because he said, “you can’t describe it to people, you just have to experience it for yourself”. Lewis and his kids got to play Engineerium and Mission Maybe, which are fun adventure-based worlds, before the adults got to play Outbreak Origins and kill legions of zombies.
“It’s a truly immersive experience,” Lewis said. And Izaac, aged 11, stated “this is the best thing ever”.
Paul said he is proud to be offering such a world-class facility for our local region.