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The Dallas/Ft. Worth airport has installed a gaming lounge where you can pay to play popular titles while you wait for your flight.
From the piece at Variety:
The lounges function similar to the popular PC/game rooms in South Korea, except they are not quite as wallet-friendly. For 42 cents per minute, customers can sit down at an available Xbox One and choose from 19 pre-installed titles, including hits like “Fortnite” and “Rocket League.” A far more cost-effective option is to pay $20 for unlimited game time. Players can log into their own Xbox account or use a Gameway-provided account, which is the company that built the lounge.
This seems like a great idea, and would be a great way to while away the time during a layover. But do you think it’s worth it? Let us know in the comments.
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