Adam Breeden, a pioneer in competitive socializing with Flight Club, Bounce, and Puttshack, believes he can. Next month he's opening F1 Arcade in London, featuring 60 motion F1 simulators combined with food and drink offerings.
Rendering of F1 Arcade
The F1 Arcade venue will definitely offer competition on the simulators. But we're not sure if it qualifies as competitive socializing, or as we call it, socialized gaming, as the competition is between all the people in the group simultaneously side-by-side on the simulators rather than one person playing while the others watch. And you can't consume the food and drink while playing.
That's not to say F1 Arcade won't be successful in a highly dense population city like London.