Australian virtual reality startup Zero Latency has received rave reviews, including from Mashable, so it seemed only a matter of time before it went global.

The Melbourne-based company, which built a multi-player, free-roam virtual reality experience in a inner city warehouse, announced a partnership with Sega Live Creation on Tuesday to take its game to Japan.

From July 16, Zero Latency’s virtual reality gaming experience will have a permanent home in Tokyo amusement park, Joypolis.

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Zero Latency has created wireless, virtual-reality technology that can track players roaming throughout a warehouse-sized space, unlike most commercially-available headsets such as the HTC Vive, which offer a much smaller perimeter. Read more…

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Sega is taking Zero Latency’s multi-player virtual reality gaming to Japan