The world’s first ever Angry Birds World will be coming up in one-of-a-kind entertainment park at the Doha Festival City (DFC).
The park is spread over 17,000 square meter area at DHFC, Angry Birds World will draw visitors into a maddening adventure with the furious flock through a range of over 20 high-thrill rides for all ages.
The park will also make space for wide range of F&B outlets, retail shops, edutainment activities and other attractions to keep the visitors engaged.
The park’s indoor section will be opened in the near future, followed by the opening of its outdoor area. Its anticipated inauguration will mark a historic milestone for the country as the world’s first-ever Angry Birds World in Qatar.
The mega project is within the framework of Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy 2030 (QNTSS). It aims to drive the country’s revenue by actively contributing towards boosting tourism in Qatar, while building novel experiences for residents and visitors on a national level.
It is a pioneering concept introduced and developed by Trimoo – the world’s ground-breaking experience innovators; in collaboration with Talal bin Mohammed Trading (TBMT), the exclusive licensee for Qatar, and Rovio Entertainment Corporation, the world’s biggest mobile game brand licensor and the developer and distributor of the hugely popular Angry Birds game that has 4bn downloads since 2009.
Riad Makdessi, CEO of Trimoo, said: “With this entertainment park, we aim to offer our visitors a uniquely immersive experience that will delight the whole family – children and adults alike.”
Simo Hämäläinen, Senior Vice President, Brand Licensing at Rovio said, “Opening world’s first Angry Birds World™ is an exciting new chapter for Rovio and Angry Birds brand.”
The park will also be home to – Snow Dunes™ – the country’s first indoor snow park set in an ancient Arabian village; Virtuocity – the region’s first digital and eSports gaming park; and Juniverse™ – the world’s first city in space that aims to inspire and entertain children.