GIVEAWAY: Win 1 of 3 double passes to Zero Latency VR

Zero Latency VR offers large, free-roam environments to enjoy virtual reality experiences with others. After the year that was 2020, you’re probably overdue for a break from the real world.

This company is a great Australian success story, Founded in 2013, and headquartered in Melbourne, over recent years they’ve managed to expand to a staggering 50 venues across 22 countries. On January 20th, they announced that more than a million players have experienced VR at one of their locations.

Virtual Reality blew up a few years ago as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive were released. At the time it looked like we were headed to a future where every home had a VR setup. While newer headsets have become cheaper and gone wireless, we still lack the adoption that many expected.

Fortunately there’s a really simple way to experience VR and it also doesn’t have to be a single-player experience. Zero Latency VR allows you to be immersed in a virtual world (great when this one seems a little rough) and have fun with family and friends.

We’re giving away for 3x double passes (passes valued at AU$138), so you can experience Zero Latency VR and enjoy games like FarCry VR, Zombie Survival and many more.

How to Enter

To enter the giveaway, it’s fairly easy:

  • Follow @techAU on Twitter
  • Follow @ZeroLatencyVR on Twitter
  • Leave a comment on this post, or Tweet at us with your best answer to:
    • If you could visit one location in VR, tell us where and why.

Terms and Conditions

  • Most creative answers will win (don’t be afraid to share images).
  • The double passes can be redeemed at Melbourne or Sydney locations
  • Giveaway opens 27th January 2021
  • Giveaway closes February 5th, 2021 at 5PM AEST.
  • Winners must complete the How to Enter criteria
  • Winners will be contacted via Twitter DM and announced by a follow-up post.


If you’re still not convinced you want in, then check out these photos from the Zero Latency experience.

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Jason Cartwright
Jason Cartwright
Creator of techAU, Jason has spent the dozen+ years covering technology in Australia and around the world. Bringing a background in multimedia and passion for technology to the job, Cartwright delivers detailed product reviews, event coverage and industry news on a daily basis. Disclaimer: Tesla Shareholder from 20/01/2021


  1. I would like to visit & see the rare places that only a few lucky humans have been before like; bottom of the ocean, International Space Station, inside a Egyptian pyramid, up close to a volcano, on top of Mount Everest, etc

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