Eng. Ibrahim Al-Sultan, Mayor of Riyadh Region launched AlHokair Centre for Sports and Entertainment, which is a 21,340 meters recreational centers of the Al Hokair Group for Tourism and Development. The site has three trademarked entertainment centers: Sparky’s, Snowy Forest and Sky Zone as well as some international shops and restaurants.
The ceremony was attended by the Ambassadors of Denmark and Switzerland in the Kingdom and a number of children from Insan, the Charity Committee for Orphans Care.
AlRabwah Games was one of the first projects to be launched by the group in the seventies after AlMalaz Games, which was considered a quantum leap in the entertainment industry of Saudi Arabia.
Majid AlHokair, the Vice Chairman of AlHokair Group, stated that he is “pleased to announce the re-opening of AlRabwah Games under its new name AlHokair Centre for Sports and Entertainment. This new look provides a wide range of games for kids and adults as well as many featured restaurants.
He then added that AlHokair Centre for Sports and Entertainment features the largest acrobatic gymnasium in the Kingdom as well as the latest games that are guaranteed to paint a smile on the faces of all of our guests.
This re-opening of AlRabwah Games shows the Group’s interest in the entertainment sector as it strives to provide a variety of services to the public. Majid AlHokair then concluded that in the coming months, the Group will witness many qualitative leaps.