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Funlandia no more? Timezone PH puts some gaming machines up for sale but says its ‘not closing anytime soon’

Timezone Philippines, the country’s leading family entertainment center with over 50 branches nationwide, is selling some of its game machines to make way for new ones.

The joint venture between Ayala Land Inc. and Timezone Australia, which has lost income since it closed its doors in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic, said it was selling its arcade games to allow its loyal customers to enjoy these in the comforts of their homes.

Basketball machines are being sold for P65,000, while refurbished air hockey tables cost P55,000 each.

Timezone Philippines said the sale was also its way of decluttering and creating “space for new and exciting games.”

“TIMEZONE is still TEMPORARILY closed due to the pandemic that we are all facing. While we are still on PAUSE with the FUN that Timezone offers, we wish that you and your family stay safe at all times. We will be back full of fun soon,” it said.

Amusement centers are last to open under the country’s quarantine protocols to keep kids safe at home amid a public health crisis.

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