GSC: Play your console games in the cinema from RM188

Want to play your favourite console games on the big screen? Golden Screen Cinemas (GSC) now lets you book the entire cinema hall for gaming from as low as RM188 for a 3 hour session.

GSC Cinema Gaming

The GSC Big Screen Gaming experience is only available at GSC Queensbay Mall, GSC Ipoh Parade, GSC Paradigm Mall JB and GSC AEON Bandaraya Melaka. Obviously, it isn’t available in the Klang Valley at the moment as cinemas are currently closed due to the CMCO. To book, you’ll need to contact GSC by dropping an email to marketing [@]

GSC offers 2 types of gaming packages. If it’s just purely for gaming, it costs RM188 for 3 hours. If you need more time, you can add-on RM70 for each additional hour required.

To complete your gaming party experience, you can go for the 2nd package which includes F&B. It costs RM250 for 3 hours and it includes food and drinks worth up to RM75, and you’ll also get a RM200 voucher that’s valid from 1st January to 30th June 2021. If you need more time to play, you can extend another 2 hours for RM100 extra.

Take note that this Big Screen Gaming experience does not include the gaming console. You’ll have to bring your own equipment which include the console, power cable and controllers. Before confirmation of booking, customers will have to pass their console to the GSC staff for testing. It is also worth noting that internet connection will not be provided and they do not allow Netflix or any form of video streaming in the hall.

If you’re interested, you must book 14-days in advance and the promo will be available until the 31st December 2020. You can read the full T&C below:

GSC Cinema Big screen gaming

Due to the current pandemic, cinema operators are finding creative ways to generate more revenue. Prior to this, customers can book the entire cinema hall to watch Mulan, Vanguard, Tenet and Jiang Ziya for only RM350. Due to social distancing rules, the offer is good for up to 50 pax per hall and this calculates to RM7 per person at max capacity.


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