Trimoo and Ooredoo sign deal for Qatar’s largest entertainment destination

Trimoo – the world’s ground-breaking location-based entertainment company represented by Talal bin Mohammed Trading (TBMT) in Qatar – has officially announced Ooredoo as the exclusive telecommunications partner for its cluster of high-thrill entertainment parks, set to launch at Doha Festival City.

The country’s largest family destination is comprised of four pioneering concepts: Angry Birds World, Snow Dunes, Virtuocity and Juniverse, which together span over 45,000 sq metres.

The five-year sponsorship agreement was signed between Talal bin Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Attiyah, Chairman of TBMT, and Waleed Al Sayed, Chief Executive Officer of Ooredoo Qatar, at a special ceremony held at the Ooredoo Tower in West Bay.

With Ooredoo’s strategic partnership in place, Trimoo aims to drive its motto of boundless experience even further. Visitors will enjoy high-end and fast internet connectivity with no latency across Qatar’s largest indoor and outdoor entertainment destination, providing an unparalleled guest experience.

The country’s national telecom provider will also cement the data transfer and usage network, supporting each park’s cutting-edge technology and attractions through its world-class Supernet. Furthermore, a dedicated

Ooredoo space will be located within the destination, allowing visitors full access to the network’s comprehensive range of products and customer-care services.

Talking at the event, Waleed Al Sayed, Chief Executive Officer of Ooredoo Qatar, said:

“Ooredoo is proud to sponsor and support such an important step for Qatar. With our state-of-the-art infrastructure and network, and Trimoo’s innovative parks, we are going to create a truly amazing experience for the people of Qatar”.

“Ooredoo has a long history of supporting family-friendly destinations in our country, and we can’t wait to see the impact this upcoming mega project will have. Ooredoo is working hard to reach its goal of becoming the number one ICT provider in the region and partnerships like today help demonstrate that we are the best choice for Qatar’s communication needs,” he added.

Talal bin Mohammed bin Khalifa Al Attiyah, Chairman of TBMT, said: “At TBMT, we continuously strive to work in line with the national aspirations of Qatar and contribute towards its expansion. Hence, when Trimoo approached us with their pioneering concepts, we immediately got on board.”

Riad Makdessi, CEO of Trimoo, said on his part: “This is a significant milestone for us, as we come closer to the opening of the first of our four parks – the Angry Birds World. We are working meticulously on the development of each park, from its range of attractions to personalised visitor interactions, to ensure that we deliver the highest standards of family entertainment in the country.”

Source: The Peninsula