Ontario's Giant Gaming Complex Is Closing For Good But There's Still Time To Visit

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Ontario's Giant Gaming Complex Is Closing For Good But There's Still Time To Visit

It's been announced that Playdium Park in Mississauga will be closing for good in November. 

The popular arcade and Go-Kart track has been open since 1996, but their doors will open for the last time on November 1 due to redevelopment in the area.

The space has a 40,000-square-foot indoor complex with arcade games, rides and attractions, and one of Canada's longest Go-Kart tracks on the outdoor part of the property.

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We regret to inform you that we will be permanently closing as of November 1, 2020 due to redevelopment of the area. 

Playdium Park Mississauga

Their selection includes over "200 high-tech attractions, rides and simulators", according to the company's website.

The site, which also has mini-golf, an escape room, a baseball dome, bumper cars, and more, expressed thanks to everyone that has visited over the years. 

"Thank you for making Playdium Park part of your family fun," says the message.

The good news is that they have two other locations in Whitby and Brampton which will remain open. 

There is still time to visit the Mississauga location for one last Go-Kart ride, as their outdoor activities are still open at this time.

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