Safety Guidelines

You are entering at your own risk. By purchasing a ticket and/or entering The XOVR premises, you acknowledge that you understand and will comply with the safety warning and guidelines below and that you are aware of, and accept the risks associated with The XOVR experience.

Virtual reality games are not suited to everyone.

We recommend seeing a doctor before playing virtual reality games at The XOVR, particularly if you are pregnant, elderly, have high blood pressure, suffer from: motion sickness, inner ear infections, claustrophobia, pre-existing binocular vision abnormalities, heart conditions, epileptic symptoms, psychiatric disorders or other serious medical conditions, or you have recently undergone surgery, or you are stressed or over-tired.

Virtual reality games include flashing images and repetitive sequences which may cause seizures. Anyone who has had a seizure, loss of awareness, or other symptoms linked to an epileptic condition should see a doctor before playing the games here at The XOVR.

Children under the age of 15 who play the games at The XOVR must be supervised by an adult at all times.

Note: Use of headsets may cause loss of balance.

With our apologies, The XOVR virtual reality games are not recommended for the following guests:

• Children under the age of 10
• Those under the influence of, or impaired by, medication (legal or illegal) or alcohol
• MA15+ classified games are restricted to guests 15 years and over who may be required to show proof of age before playing those games

Site Safety Rules

• Follow instructions from staff.
• Take a break every 15 minutes.
• You must wear the hygiene mask provided.
• Where fitted, you must fasten belts, straps and harnesses. Ask for assistance if required.
• Ensure your headset is adjusted to ensure it is level and secured comfortably.
• One person on game at a time.
• Individual games may also have restrictions in regards to height, weight and age.

Stop playing the game immediately if you feel unwell, which may be due to seizures, symptoms similar to motion sickness, visual abnormalities; impaired balance; impaired hand-eye coordination, excessive sweating, discomfort or pain in the head or eyes, drowsiness, fatigue.

Do not drive or operate machinery until you have fully recovered from any symptoms.