North America Family Entertainment Centers Market by Visitor Demographics, Facility Size, Revenue Source, Application, Type : North America Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018–2025

North America Family Entertainment Centers Market by Visitor Demographics, Facility Size, Revenue Source, Application, Type : North America Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018–2025

  • February 2020 •
  • 429 pages •
  • Report ID: 5889529 •
  • Format: PDF
North America Family Entertainment Centers Market by Visitor Demographics (Families with Children (0–8), Families with Children (9–12), Teenagers (13–19), Young Adults (19–25), Adults (25+)), Facility Size (Up to 5,000 sq. ft., 5,001–10,000 sq. ft., 10,001–20,000 sq. ft., 20,001–40,000 sq. ft., 1–10 Acres, 11–30 Acres, and Over 30 Acres), Revenue Source (Entry Fees & Ticket Sales, Food & Beverages, Merchandising, Advertisement, and Others), Application (Arcade Studios, AR & VR Gaming Zones, Physical Play Activities, Skill/Competition Games, and Others), Type (Children’s Entertainment Centers (CECs), Children’s Edutainment Centers (CEDCs), Adult Entertainment Centers (AECs), and Location-based Entertainment Centers (LBECs)): North America Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2018–2025

Family/indoor entertainment centers (FECs) are miniature indoor entertainment centers, which offera variety of entertainment activities to individuals of all ages. FECsare primarily designed to offera variety of games such as video games, machine-based games, arcade games, gaming consoles, and VR-based games. They are more preferred as an entertainment and leisure option by families over the outdoor entertainment centers, as environmental factors and climate changes do not affect the experience of customers.

Factors such as growth in per capita disposable income,availability of diversified gaming and entertainment options,and integration of new technologies such as 3D technology &virtual reality (VR) gaming in FECsare driving the growth of the North America family/indoor entertainment centers market. However, availability of home gaming &mobile devices, high initial cost, and increase in ticket prices majorly restrictthe market growth. Furthermore, continuous launch of new FECs supporting family activities, food & beverages integration, and participatory play are anticipated to boost the growth of the family/indoor entertainment centers market. Moreover, substantial growth in investments by malls in North America region is expected to provide remunerativeopportunities for the growth of the market.

The global family/indoor entertainment centers market is segmented into visitor demographics, facility size, revenue source, application, type,and region. In terms of visitor demographics, the market is categorized into families with children (0–8), families with children (9–12), teenagers (13–19), young adults (20–25), and adults (Ages 25+). On the basis of facility size, it is divided into up to 5,000 sq. ft., 5,001–10,000 sq. ft., 10,001–20,000 sq. ft., 20,001–40,000 sq. ft., 1–10 acres, 11–30 acres, and over 30 acres. Depending on revenue source, it is classified into entry fees & ticket sales, food & beverages, merchandising, advertisement, and others. The applications covered in the study include arcade studios, AR and VR gaming zones, physical play activities, skill/competition games, and others.As per type, the market is segregated into children’s entertainment centers (CECs), children’s edutainment centers (CEDCs), adult entertainment centers (AECs), and location-based VR Entertainment Centers (LBECs). Country wise, the market is analyzed across the U.S. and Canada.

The North Americafamily/indoor entertainment centers market is dominated by Cinergy Entertainment Group, CEC Entertainment, Inc.,Dave & Buster’s, Inc.,Disney, Lucky Strike Entertainment, Scene75 Entertainment Centers, SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc.,Main Event Entertainment,iPlay America, and White Hutchinson Leisure & learning group, Inc.

KEY BENEFITS FOR STAKEHOLDERS

• The study provides an in-depth analysis of the North Americafamily/indoor entertainment centers marketalong with current & future trends to elucidate the imminent investment pockets.

• Information about key drivers, restraints, and opportunities and their impact analyses on the market is provided.

• Porter’s five forces analysis illustrates the potency of buyers and suppliers operating in the North America family/indoor entertainment centers industry.

• The quantitative analysis of themarketfrom 2017 to 2025 is provided to determine the market potential.

KEY MARKET SEGMENTS

BY VISITOR DEMOGRAPHICS

• Families with Children (0–8)

• Families with Children (9–12)

• Teenagers (13–19)

• Young adults (20–25)

• Adults (25+)

BY FACILITY SIZE

• Up to 5,000 sq. ft.

• 5,001–10,000 sq. ft.

• 10,001–20,000 sq. ft.

• 20,001–40,000 sq. ft.

• 1–10 Acres

• 11–30 Acres

• Over 30 Acres

BY REVENUE SOURCE

• Entry Fees & Ticket Sales

• Food & Beverage

• Merchandising

• Advertisement

• Others

BY APPLICATION

• Arcade Studios

• AR &VR Gaming Zones

• Physical Play Activities

• Skill/Competition Games

• Others

BY TYPE

• Children’s Entertainment Centers (CECs)

• Children’s Edutainment Centers (CEDCs)

• Adult Entertainment Centers (AECs)

• Location-based VR Entertainment Centers (LBECs)

BY REGION

• North America

o U.S.

• Northeast

o Maine

o Massachusetts

o Rhode Island

o Connecticut

o New Hampshire

o Vermont

o New York

o Pennsylvania

o New Jersey

o Delaware

o Maryland

• Southeast

o West Virginia

o Virginia

o Kentucky

o Tennessee

o North Carolina

o South Carolina

o Georgia

o Alabama

o Mississippi

o Arkansas

o Louisiana

o Florida

• Midwest

o Ohio

o Indiana

o Michigan

o Illinois

o Missouri

o Wisconsin

o Minnesota

o Iowa

o Kansas

o Nebraska

o South Dakota

o North Dakota

• Southwest

o Texas

o Oklahoma

o New Mexico

o Arizona

• West

o Colorado

o Wyoming

o Montana

o Idaho

o Washington

o Oregon

o Utah

o Nevada

o California

o Alaska

o Hawaii

o Canada

KEY MARKET PLAYERS

• Cinergy Entertainment Group

• CEC Entertainment, Inc.

• Dave & Buster’s, Inc.

• Disney

• Lucky Strike Entertainment

• Scene75 Entertainment Centers

• SeaWorld Entertainment, Inc.

• Main Event Entertainment

• iPlay America

• White Hutchinson Leisure &Learning Group, Inc.