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F1 Arcade set to race into Las Vegas as largest US venue announced

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F1 Arcade, the world’s first F1 experiential hospitality brand, has announced Las Vegas as its third US venue due to open in 2025. F1 Arcade will bring its first-of-its-kind experiential venue with show-stopping hospitality and an electrifying atmosphere to The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, which is attached to the destination’s iconic Caesars Palace Las Vegas.

F1 Arcade’s US expansion comes as the sport continues to gain impressive viewership and attendance figures across the US. The Las Vegas opening marks the next phase of an ambitious US roll-out plan following the opening of its first US location in Boston Seaport in April. F1 Arcade will open in Washington DC this autumn and plan to open 30 locations globally across the next five years.

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F1 Arcade opened its first US location in Boston earlier this year

“We are incredibly excited to bring the F1 Arcade experience to the vibrant Las Vegas Strip following the successful launch of our first US location in Boston Seaport last month,” said Jon Gardner, US President of F1 Arcade. “The adrenaline-pumping experience of fans racing head-to-head on iconic circuits against their friends and family while overlooking the Las Vegas Strip will be truly exceptional.”

READ MORE: F1 Arcade opens first US location in Boston Seaport

Covering over 21,000 square feet, spanning two floors with an exceptional terrace offering views of the Las Vegas Strip, the flagship Las Vegas venue will be the largest F1 Arcade to date. Guests will be welcomed to a best-in-class Formula 1 social racing experience and incredible hospitality offering. They will be able to immerse themselves in the world of Formula 1 by getting behind the wheel of the cutting-edge full-motion simulators and racing the world’s most iconic tracks.

The venue will showcase a striking 41-foot-long bar, offering guests the chance to enjoy signature cocktails and ‘Designated Drivers’ mocktails, playfully named in homage to the Grands Prix as well as a variety of globally inspired dishes. The venue will feature an exceptional 3,550 square foot private room and will bring further excitement to the Strip with Formula 1.

Fans and non-fans are invited to visit the F1 Arcade website and follow on Instagram for all F1 Arcade news and updates.

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