Finland’s Rovio Entertainment is spreading its wings in the Middle East with the launch of Angry Birds World in Qatar.
Developed by location-based entertainment company Trimoo, the indoor section of Angry Birds World is now open for visitors. The park’s outdoor area will launch at a later date.
Located in Qatar’s Doha Festival City mall, the entertainment park boasts more than four acres of floor space and features a number of rides and attractions, including a roller glider, a multi-level indoor/outdoor karting track, a section dedicated to trampolines and the educational attraction Big Tree. The Big Tree interactive learning center will teach guests about science and encourage kids to express their musical abilities.
Angry Birds World will also feature spaces dedicated to food, merchandise and events.
The launch of Angry Birds World is part of Rovio Entertainment’s multi-year brand licensing roadmap as the company prepares for the 2019 premiere of The Angry Birds Movie 2. Earlier this month, Rovio launched Angry Birds: BirLd Cup, a live-action/animated competition series for YouTube. The family-oriented series stars two teams of kids that square off in a variety of football-themed challenges (soccer for North Americans) alongside top English Premier League professionals.