Now open at DFW Airport: Gameway gaming zones

Today is the grand opening of the Gameway video game entertainment lounge at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.

There are two locations: E16 with 22 stations and B42 with 14 stations. Each station has it’s own Xbox with 19 games predownloaded, a 4K TV, noise cancelling headphones and a place to charge your phone and tablet.

It is not free: the charge is $.42/minute or, for this summer, $20 for unlimited gaming, which seems like a great deal if you’re a gamer and you have a long layover. Or don’t mind if you miss a flight….

If you’re in DFW Monday July 2 from 10-11:30am, swing by Terminal E, Gate 16 where Gameway will be celebrating its opening with several gaming characters dressed up like the iconic Halo, the 8 foot metal giant “Reinhardt” and more.

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7 thoughts on “Now open at DFW Airport: Gameway gaming zones

  1. It seems to be super popular already. And they are going to add this at more airports.

  2. Sean Helak says:

    Woah, pretty cool. I’m not a huge gamer, but I know plenty of people that would love to spend some time gaming at the airport. Must also be great for families!

  3. Alarms are a great idea! Changi Airport has those on the napping chairs.

  4. Hajime Sano says:

    That was quite the impressive setup at Gate E16. I’m not a gamer (I did plenty of that in the 70s). My 15-year old son was exhausted from a weekend at Yu-Gi-Oh Nationals, so he didn’t eat to leave his perch at our gate (E7) and see or try it. I asked the manager if they thought about alarms so people don’t miss their flight. 🙂

  5. Let us know what you think!

  6. Hajime Sano says:

    I’m flying out of DFW Terminal E today. I’ll have to look for it.

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