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.

    More information, check out

    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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