yas island: UAE to release metaverse version of Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island soon

The entertainment capital of the UAE is Yas Island. The country has 200 islands in total, but another island will be added in 2023. The special thing about it is that it is a digital island.

Abu Dhabi will launch a metaverse version of its entertainment capital, Yas Island, as this entertainment arena includes different areas such as theme parks, houses, shopping malls and aquariums. In addition, it is accessible to a global audience.

Metaverse is a platform that offers its visitors a high-quality Virtual Reality (VR) experience.

The Abu Dhabi Ministry of Culture and Tourism (DCT Abu Dhabi), in collaboration with the tech giants, has decided to transform an area of ​​25 square kilometers into a digital arena. Once set up, audiences can meet or play games while exploring the digital island. And this initiative is confirmed to the media by Miral’s CEO, Mohammed Abdalla Al Zaabi.

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He believes VR is the best medium for global audiences to discover Yas Island in a new way. Visitors can build virtual houses and theme parks. The main tourist attraction will be Ferrari World, where they will have the opportunity to zip around the world’s fastest rollercoaster F1 circuit.

Frequently asked Questions:

  1. Where is Yas Island?
    Abu Dhabi.
  2. How many islands are there in the UAE?

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