5 Must-Try Gaming Centres In Dubai!

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Gaming is fun! It is said to be a stress buster for some people. Especially for people who enjoy indoor games, here are 5 must-try gaming centres in Dubai. These centres have all kinds of games (from old to new), and some of them even have hotel rooms that you can rent with your friends and family while gaming. Here is the list:


Brass Monkey: 

This one-stop shop for all kinds of gaming enjoyment, from bowling lanes and snooker tables to the video gaming arcade upstairs, is found on Bluewaters Island. With over 60 old-school games like Pac-Man alongside state-of-the-art VR racing simulators, whatever your interests are, you’re sure to find something to your liking.

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This vast arena in Atlantis, The Palm is packed with fun activities for the whole family. A bowling alley, a lighter play area for the kids, a restaurant, and even a wave rider machine are available. LEVELS is the main attraction, a gaming section with over 50 old arcade machines, including Pac-Man, as well as rides. It’s stretched out over two floors, with gamers rushing to the Xbox area to play Fortnite and other console games.

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Tournaments At Que Club: 

This gaming facility has two locations, one in Bur Dubai and the other in Al Barsha.  Using top-of-the-line computers, you can play billiards and snooker as well as blockbusters. If you’re looking for a true challenge, head over to Que Club’s VIP Gaming Room, where they host and organise regular tournaments for games like Dota 2 and League of Legends.

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Rove Hotel’s Gamer Cave: 

If you’re planning a staycation in Dubai and want to enjoy your games alone, Rove Hotel is a good option. The chain has debuted the region’s first-ever gaming-only hotel room, which can be found at both Rove Downtown and Rove At The Park. Each area has cutting-edge technology, such as seats with built-in lumbar support. Even the room service menu features themed meals, such as Lara Croft’s calamari and Kitana flatbread.

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If you’re seeking for cheap entertainment, go to this videogame cafe in Deira, where an hour of nonstop gaming costs only AED7, or AED10 if you want to use one of the centre’s VIP machines. In addition to playing games like FIFA and Counter-Strike, the billiards room also has a snooker table. There are periodic tournaments, and you can rent out a room with pals if you want to do a battle royale with them all.

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