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Interactive gaming lounge Level Up opens December 29 at MGM Grand

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A rendering of Level Up.

MGM Grand and Hakkasan Group are teaming up again to create Level Up, a gaming lounge set to open December 29 in the space formerly occupied by Rainforest Café adjacent to Hakkasan Nightclub.

“Level Up will be a popular high-energy gaming lounge that will offer our guests and visitors the newest entertainment experience to see and be seen,” MGM Grand President and COO Scott Sibella said in a statement. “Our goal is to create a fun, social atmosphere featuring a variety of traditional games, as well as games of skill, that showcase the industry’s leading technology.”

The 12,000-square-foot Level Up will offer both free and pay-to-play gaming options. In addition to billiards, foosball, ping pong, QuadAir Hockey, Bubble Hockey, Sigma Derby, Giant Pac-Man and Connect Four, it will offer the Level Up Arena by Interblock, a 40-seat arena replicating casino table games “in a more social environment.”

Level Up will also introduce an indoor laser golf course, which allows customers to play real-world golf courses on moving greens with laser guidance. A private lounge Golfstream Suite will be attached. The Live Lucky Bar will offer 24 craft beers and a specialty cocktail menu, and Level Up’s décor will include murals created by local artists. DJs and other entertainment will be featured live and across multiple screens.

For more information, visit leveluplv.com.

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